Backtrack - The compass back

Backtrack - The compass back


Backtrack allows you to mark your current location using gps, like your car on a parkinglot in a town you don't know. Once you have marked it, you can select the position in the list of the last locations. This will show you compass which points to your marked location and allows you to find the way back to it.

+++No internet connection is needed, it's perfect when you are roaming.+++

If you have any issues, please write me an email and let me know. I am going to fix this then!

Recent changes:
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3.6
User ratings
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5,000+
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File size
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About Backtrack - The compass back
Backtrack allows you to mark your current location using gps, like your car on a parkinglot in a town you don't know. Once you have marked it, you can select the position in the list of the last locations. This will show you compass which points to your marked location and allows you to find the way back to it.

+++No internet connection is needed, it's perfect when you are roaming.+++

If you have any issues, please write me an email and let me know. I am going to fix this then!

Recent changes:
Updated graphics
More supported devices
User reviews of Backtrack - The compass back
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
Inaccurate GPS Was marking points on my hunting trails only to get home and map them and found out they were easily a quarter mile off! Unless you want to get lost in the woods don't rely on this app!
A Google User
Oct 6, 2014
Good
A Google User
Apr 9, 2014
Excellent app Nice, simple app which works well. Direction indicator movements could be a little smoother though.
A Google User
Feb 15, 2014
Some more work needed... Great Looking interface however it only retrieves GPS updates every 20-30 seconds until nearly reaching the target then the app updates more regularly. Is this to conserve power? This is the only negative point. The distance to target should be updated smoothly by the metre. Therefore makes it harder to follow. Used on my Xperia SP.