BuzzRoute makes your Android device vibrate when you go the wrong way.
BuzzRoute allows you to draw a route on a Google Map, and then, once you begin walking the route, hit the "Walking Man" button and put the Android device back in your pocket. What will happen then? Nothing -- unless you walk off the pre-defined route. If you do, the Android device will begin vibrating in your pocket.
Basic instructions to create a map:
* When you first open BuzzRoute you will see an empty list of routes. Press the large "+" button.
* You will now see a map. Move your map to the location of your route, then click the "Folded map" button.
* You are now in edit mode. Tap on the map to start drawing the route. Each tap will extend the route. To remove the last point, shake the device.
* Once you have drawn the route, press the "Checkmark" button.
* If you press the "Back" button, you will see your new route in the list.
* You can rename the route by choosing "Edit" from the menu.
Walking the route
* When you are at the start of your walk, choose the route from the main screen.
* Once you see the map, press the "Walking Man" button.
* BuzzRoute is now in walking mode.
* If you go off the route, BuzzRoute will vibrate until you return the route.
* You can stop the vibrations by pressing the "X" button.
Import GPX walking routes
You can use pre-defined GPX routes with BuzzRoute.
* Search the web for a GPX walking route
* When you find the download link for a GPX file, press and hold the link
* When asked, say you want to copy the GPX URL
* Switch to BuzzRoute
* On the main screen choose the "Down-arrow/import" button
* A dialog box will appear.
* Press-and-hold in the URL field. Then paste the URL.
* The GPX route will be imported and will appear in the list.