Real time velocity,max V, avg V, total distance and time, elevation with GPS. Calories burned statics. Showing real time arrow for speed up/down and elevation up/down with statics. Beep can be enabled as options for speed arrow and elevation arrow through option key.
Online map to show where you are and your trails taken. Distance to POI selected(through option key). You can add POI in several ways with long push in the map. Address/POI search function to locate the map center to the POI searched (can be disabled in the menu to see larger map). Enable tracking(map centered with current position) and release tracking with option menu. Logging path is shown as green line. Exporting logging path with GPX format. Can import GPX, and shown as red line for you to track.
Line graphs in other pane to see trends of velocity and elevation. Also showing average threshold line to determine up/down arrows.
Calorie burned trend with 24 hours weekly, and monthly.
GPX file (saved in SD at BikeComputer directory) export for offline review with such as "Google earth" or "mobile atlas creator in host PC". Or in another android program "trekking biking hiking". To work with another good PC host program with GPX created. http://utrack.crempa.net/ Good program for analyse your tracks with altitude and speed. For this you need to make sure to export as "Track" button when you exporting GPX since the website doesn't accept waypoint based GPX. http://www.routeconverter.de/home/en is also quite good program too for having comprehensive capability of dealing with every GPX files.
Font size and line size are configurable with option keys during run time. You can have separate font sizes for main panes and trends panes.
Auto invert display color function for better visibility in daylight. Or fixed color. These can be set at option.
Calorie records to be stored as txt file in application folder (BikeComputer). You can reuse it.
*More track information in the track list handling pane. total distance and durations.
*Fix total monthly calrorie reading.