The Android Market isn’t short on fitness apps but Trimble’s new version of its AllSport GPS is certainly worthy of your attention just because of the painstaking hands-on research gone into fine tuning the app. According to developer Trimble more than 350 athletes, veteran users of the original app and beta testers put the app through its paces over a three months period, collaborating on the design and features. During that time Trimble recorded the pavement pounders and bike riders carrying out 1800 activities over 17,000 miles and burning just shy of nine million calories. Life of Android is short of breath just reading those stats.
The AllSport GPS app comes in two flavours: Pro and Free. The Pro version costs £2.76 but for the extra outlay you get access to more preloaded offline topographical maps, aerials photos and road maps, capture videos and photos as you go and upload them to YouTube read more