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Does exactly what I required to do without wasting my time or phone resources. I recommend it. Update: Having problem saving routes on the Pro Version. Please Advise! 12-20 Hi Cian, emailed you on the 17th, haven't heard back. "Hi, I can't seem to obtain the pro ver to save recorded routes. A small support please. Thanks, Michael Motorola moto x pure edition." Perhaps I'm doing something wrong. After recording a route the only option I can see is using the "X" button to stop recording. The next step is delete yes or no, I choose no. It has saved one route, but haven't had it save another one since. Lovely app, just could use a small advice. Thanks. Michael PS Can I consolidate several routes into one; or add extra mapping to a current route?
I had over 10 routes recorded on this application I also for the application too now since updates I have lost all routes, the application was really god now its pointless I have changed my phone opened the application and no routes again, I for this application and it doesn't save anything, please can you recover my recorded routes I need them for work
This seems to be the easy route Tracking I'm looking for. But I require the ability to name / rename my routes. Is that available in the pro version? Also when playing back a recorded route I need the map to remain centered on my location. It seems all the tracker apps iv tried recenter once the icon has gone off screen
Second review: Kayaked 8 miles, for about 3 hours. The application didn't present the route accurately, and said I traveled 6 miles in 12 minutes. Not a useful app! First review: Maps the route, gives info for walking, running, driving. I bought it for kayaking.
Amazing app. It can be improved by adding a sleep break on longer rides. Since this is mostly used by truck drivers a 10 hour break after 11 hours of driving. update: amazing job on adding more time, now you can see 3 days agead that's perfect. another thing that you could improve is to add on the mountain passes on the route if chains are required. there are apps for each state but you can do it better. thank you.
Needs Other Route Options I could not search an application that had a weather street trip planner, I was excited about this app. However, I ended up not using it because there was not an option to change the route. It only gave me one option for my trip, and it was not the route I was going on for my trip. If it would give give multiple routes options I would definitely give it 5 stars.
Never really been a large Four80east fan until this album, I liked two or three songs from their album "Noctural" a small but not enough to it. But one day i randomly decided to listen to the song "Noodle Soup" on En Route and i've been in love ever since, couldn't support but the album, song is a must hear!! A few other songs on the album were beautiful amazing too such as "Been too long" and "Closer".
I'm a Trucker and I have used the ver , as I found a issue with the ver was the Developer right away on the case and fixed it Asap , so the logical method was to the App. If a Developer is so quick behind a issue and follows up with you to create the application better then is this the best application for the job , I can absolutly sure say it's second to non as travel time decicion helper , and now even better with the option to place rest breaks into your route.
I was somewhat confused by the album cover shown because it is an Earl Klugh album cover and not a Chet Baker album cover, but the melody was clearly Chet Baker and the collection was classic and thoroughly enjoyable. I would recommend this vintage collection to all Chet Baker fans. I also have the album pictured by Earl Klugh and it's a very amazing album, but it's not a display for Chet Baker.
This July 1956, date brought Baker and alto saxophonist Art Pepper together, with the results being a superb jazz session. "Tynan time" is a neat tune taken up-tempo--just right. Richie Kamuca is the tenorman on the date, and he is featured on "If I should lose you," another highlight on the CD. This was West Coast jazz at its finest. Highly recommended.
it does not work. I've had the application installed for days now and it still hasn't registered a trip. I don't know what's going on. I gave all the permissions and turned on location, but nothing. And I emailed customer service about it and still haven't gotten a response. please fix the issue. I would very much like to obtain my discount.
I have been trying to explain the concept of & the extreme necessity of the main feature of this application to different major weather application developers, specifically the need for a weather routing application that projected weather through time across geography...for years and years. It has been like I was explaining something to them in Klingon, and furthermore some kind of "nobody would really need this" type of obscure feature set, even on those rare exceptions when I thought one or another of these idiots really did understand the concept of "travel based weather" They literally can only conceive of the world, especially the globe of weather, as being ONLY a limited series of fixed points, only one of which (and for long periods of time) you could EVER have any need to know about at one time. They feel a congenital need to almost weld you permanently to a specific "Favorite Location", which you can almost never unweld yourself from totally, at least not without welding yourself to another of these permanent locations. The other devs have small to no ability to mentally conceptualize the very concept of mobility...let alone the mental ability to apply the concept of mobility to weather across time or along routes. I look forward to trying out this app. Hopefully, it will work the method I have envisioned it for years.
Everything works as advertised except finding location. I have to enter starting point manually & the it works fine. But it won't use GPS. This looks to be extremely handy for drives through the Midwest where weather can be so unpredictable. Thank you for the application sale.
This isn't my favorite Chet Baker recording but it is a amazing one and significant that it's one of the few with Art Pepper, another cornerstone of the west coast sound pioneered in the 1950's. The mix of tunes contains some ballads and up tempo items as well as a mix or standards and original compositions (or at least some "new" standards from the "California cool" library). Pepper's very fluid here and Baker is amazing but not in peak form, certainly not as melodic or inventive as in some of his Mulligan collaborations but he holds your interest. If you're a fan of the west coast genre, this should be in your library.
Absolutely rubbish. The idea is OK but like previous user said it just follows the freeway closest to the route and misses out the necessary sections. Maps are far slower than Google maps to and require Internet connection. Re size or move the maps and the route becomes miss aligned.
I always test to temper my desire to comment on [email protected]#$%!&il I've allow it marinate for a while, lest I allow my enthusiasm for having a fresh disc in the drive override rational thought. In this case, I'm just going to allow it rip!Good stuff, begin to finish. Favorites so far would be Noodle Soup and Been Too Long - both fun grooves. En Route is a musical photo of it's title, reflective of a long and simple cruise behind the wheel. 51 Division is a powerfully fun romp. Smooth tunes on this collection also, like Closer and Simple Come, Simple Go. Waterline is a magnificent and dreamy tune, kind of like looking into the ripples on a ur 80 East continues to obtain better and better. Their creative use of sounds continues to be a trademark of their work. If you're familiar with their work, listening to this collection is both reassuring and surprising. You can tell it's them, but each tune is fresh and fresh.Just got it in time for the 4th of July, but I can already tell that the wife and I will be spinning this one a lot. Excellent for an simple afternoon cookout or taking in a sunset.
These guys do electronic melody right. Four80East, avoids the sterile sound that a lot of musicians obtain when they overdose you with synth sounds. They are the opposite. Warm, soulful and inviting is how I describe their sound. This group is my fresh exit for adventurous, electronic, smooth jazz.
Four80east is a unbelievable jazz band who stands out from others in so a lot of ways. Whether seeing them perform live or listening to one of their CDs it always invokes the spirit part of me. This CD, in my own opinion, is one of their best. I am so glad I finally bought it.....(Happy Face).
Had to for insurance reason. What I dont like is that if you're a passenger it will report the trip. So if you're a passenger and using your phone it flags that you are using your phone while driving when your not. Also, if your vehicle is running but parked it will flag phone use while driving.
This disc was done in 89' so the matter of amazing remastering and CD transfers was just in it's early stages. What does this mean? Muddy mids and highs, a lack of clarity and fidelity. The best thing to do is purchace a JP import, as they care more about such matters; usually they lease the tapes for limited ed. releases. jb
been using this application religiously since starting my job as a courier but something has changed recently where it no longer sorts stops in on the list screen no matter what I try. Also the checked in stops need to go back to their previous color.