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Revamped dashboard

My Tracks' main dashboard has been revamped to make the record button a more prominent feature. Also, it now lets you pause at any point during your recording. Unfortunately, though, the interface is still in serious need of some style.
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Chart your trip

My Tracks' chart shows your elevation and speed across distance.
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Map overview

The Map screen gives you an overview of your trip. You can zoom in and even overlay satellite photography, just as you can with Google Maps.
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GPS is key

Make sure you have a reliable GPS signal when using My Tracks. Otherwise, your trip might look a bit...inaccurate.
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Satellite playback

The satellite playback feature summons Google Earth to show you a sweet flyover view of any of your previously recorded tracks.
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New widget

The updated widget lets you start recording with a single tap, right from your Android Home screen.
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