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    GPS tracker

    Hey guys, i have been using this cool tracker Sportypal for some time now. It works fine on my xperia x1. I think it's a great solution if your are not ready to spend some money on a GPS device yet. It plots your ride on a Google Map, and gives you a rundown of distance traveled and speed sustained. The app is free and fairly easy to use.

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    Might be an interesting alternative to allsport gps, especially if it's free. Are you able to download .kml or .gpx files?

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    When you finish you can upload the gpx files to their web service.
    On the weekend i was testing it with nokia n78 and here are my results:

    http://sportypal.com/Workouts/Details/6004

    This application it's very cool, even you can add checkpoint places for your ride. and also when i was riding in the tunnels i got the results on the map.

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    Here is an example of a workout mapped by sportypal with the info so you can see what it has to offer.

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    thats just the type of thing I have been looking for

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    Me too! Too bad they don't have it for the blackberry Storm

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    I tried mapmytracks at first but it was a bit hit and miss, pitty really as that one can do live web updates so people can track your progress.

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