Cue Sheet

Cue Sheet


Download Cue Sheets from RideWithGPS.com to your phone and use Maps and GPS to guide you through your ride.

You know how well the navigation apps work on your phone, they can get you from point A to point B. However, when you are cycling for fitness you may want to get from point A around a specific route, back to point A. You can use web pages like RideWithGPS.com to create a cue sheet that will help you plot a course that will give you the miles you need for training or the views you want for sight-seeing and create a cue sheet. This app helps you follow that cue sheet using the GPS built into your phone.

CueSheet Pro Pack will announce turns and directions using your phone's built-in voices. This will allow you to keep your attention on the road rather than on the screen while you are riding. Off-course detection (BETA feature) will alert you when you've wondered off course. Note: Since this is still in BETA you can disable it in the preferences screen if it gets in your way.But we thought it was so useful that we wanted to get it out to you as soon as possible.

NEW: The Pro Pack also now lets you download the full map while you are connected to WiFi and then use the map on the road where the data connection might be spotty or expensive.

Download cue sheets for bicycle and motorcycle rides. Cue Sheet uses the Map and GPS to help you navigate your route. Great for those long training rides for cycling. Don't waste time getting lost. You'll never miss that great climb or view you planned to see. Use http://www.ridewithgps.com to create a course then import the cue sheet directly into this app.

Also has a more traditional cue-sheet view that can run with the GPS turned off so you can save your battery.

Please report any issues via email to me through the Google Play Store or to http://www.cuesheetapp.com. If you tell me about any problems directly it can be resolved faster than by leaving a negative review!

New: ProPack In app purchase Adds Voice Guided Navigation and optional metric units. Special Introductory Sale Price of $3.99

Notes:
This app uses the GPS when in automatic Navigation Mode. This can consume a lot of battery. Consider using Options to have GPS on Map only and turning off voice prompts (under Preferences) while using the traditional Cue Sheet List if you are going to use it for a really long ride.

You can import a .gpx file from bikely.com (under its share menu). Download the file, transfer it to your phone and use the menu->Load option in Cue Sheet to import the file. If anyone knows anyone at bikely.com, we'd love to get access to an API to automate this process. GPX import is currently slow. Future versions will improve this.

Listing nearby rides only works for RideWithGPS.com.

This app requires Mobile Internet to download routes and the map. Data charges from your data provider may apply.

Free version requires you to manually advance the directions. Automatic directions are in the Pro Pack for just $8 US ($3.99 Special introductory price). Pro Pack also gives you the option to choose Metric distances and turns off ads. The Pro Pack is included in future so you keep the features as Cue Sheet continues to improve.

ProPack will stay active across new devices, and upgrades of CueSheet as long as you have to keep the same Google Play account that you used to purchased the app.

Please be aware of your surroundings at all times. Don't operate the Cue Sheet App in a way that will endanger you or others on the road.

Recent changes:
V 2.241: Fixed Crash on Android 5.x
V 2.339: Fixed latest connection issues with RWGPS.
V 2.327: Fixed Rides downloading due to change on RWGPS
V 2.313: Fixed Crash on selecting downloaded ride.
V 2.312: Pre-Download maps before your ride to save on broadband charges. V 2.278: Improved Map Icons. Off-course warning (BETA).
V 2: Major Upgrade!
Turn By Turn Directions With English Voice Prompts in the CueSheetProPack in-app-purchase
Earlier..
Can lock screen rotation.
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About Cue Sheet
Download Cue Sheets from RideWithGPS.com to your phone and use Maps and GPS to guide you through your ride.

You know how well the navigation apps work on your phone, they can get you from point A to point B. However, when you are cycling for fitness you may want to get from point A around a specific route, back to point A. You can use web pages like RideWithGPS.com to create a cue sheet that will help you plot a course that will give you the miles you need for training or the views you want for sight-seeing and create a cue sheet. This app helps you follow that cue sheet using the GPS built into your phone.

CueSheet Pro Pack will announce turns and directions using your phone's built-in voices. This will allow you to keep your attention on the road rather than on the screen while you are riding. Off-course detection (BETA feature) will alert you when you've wondered off course. Note: Since this is still in BETA you can disable it in the preferences screen if it gets in your way.But we thought it was so useful that we wanted to get it out to you as soon as possible.

NEW: The Pro Pack also now lets you download the full map while you are connected to WiFi and then use the map on the road where the data connection might be spotty or expensive.

Download cue sheets for bicycle and motorcycle rides. Cue Sheet uses the Map and GPS to help you navigate your route. Great for those long training rides for cycling. Don't waste time getting lost. You'll never miss that great climb or view you planned to see. Use http://www.ridewithgps.com to create a course then import the cue sheet directly into this app.

Also has a more traditional cue-sheet view that can run with the GPS turned off so you can save your battery.

Please report any issues via email to me through the Google Play Store or to http://www.cuesheetapp.com. If you tell me about any problems directly it can be resolved faster than by leaving a negative review!

New: ProPack In app purchase Adds Voice Guided Navigation and optional metric units. Special Introductory Sale Price of $3.99

Notes:
This app uses the GPS when in automatic Navigation Mode. This can consume a lot of battery. Consider using Options to have GPS on Map only and turning off voice prompts (under Preferences) while using the traditional Cue Sheet List if you are going to use it for a really long ride.

You can import a .gpx file from bikely.com (under its share menu). Download the file, transfer it to your phone and use the menu->Load option in Cue Sheet to import the file. If anyone knows anyone at bikely.com, we'd love to get access to an API to automate this process. GPX import is currently slow. Future versions will improve this.

Listing nearby rides only works for RideWithGPS.com.

This app requires Mobile Internet to download routes and the map. Data charges from your data provider may apply.

Free version requires you to manually advance the directions. Automatic directions are in the Pro Pack for just $8 US ($3.99 Special introductory price). Pro Pack also gives you the option to choose Metric distances and turns off ads. The Pro Pack is included in future so you keep the features as Cue Sheet continues to improve.

ProPack will stay active across new devices, and upgrades of CueSheet as long as you have to keep the same Google Play account that you used to purchased the app.

Please be aware of your surroundings at all times. Don't operate the Cue Sheet App in a way that will endanger you or others on the road.

Recent changes:
V 2.241: Fixed Crash on Android 5.x
V 2.339: Fixed latest connection issues with RWGPS.
V 2.327: Fixed Rides downloading due to change on RWGPS
V 2.313: Fixed Crash on selecting downloaded ride.
V 2.312: Pre-Download maps before your ride to save on broadband charges. V 2.278: Improved Map Icons. Off-course warning (BETA).
V 2: Major Upgrade!
Turn By Turn Directions With English Voice Prompts in the CueSheetProPack in-app-purchase
Earlier..
Can lock screen rotation.

User reviews of Cue Sheet
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A Google User
Apr 5, 2015
What's Happened? It's always been 'buggy' and crashes at least once every ride, but the new upgrade always crashes on startup on my Moto G so I can't use it at all now. Update - Thanks for the reply. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling (twice), but it still crashes on startup I'm afraid.
A Google User
Apr 4, 2015
Buggy Constant upgrades that crashes makes this THE most annoying app on my phone.
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
Was Promising - Now Unsupported? I have used this app for 12 months and it was my preferred app for guided bike rides. But it has one major flaw... I plan my routes with ridewithgps, and modify the cue sheet instructions, getting rid of about half and re-entering some. Then I play them back via cuesheet, using an earbud to overcome any traffic noise. I do not attempt to follow on the screen unless something goes wrong. The main problem arises when the app does not detect that you have reached one of the cue sheet turns. Happens about once every 5-8 turns. Until it detects this turn, it will not read you the next one, so it effectively stops working at that point. Samsung Galaxy s3 mini. No battery problems. Infrequent crashes. Can go "Off route" on long straight sections. If you try to restart half way through a route, you must step through every turn to get to your present position. Basically, it has no way of adapting to where you actually are on the route. Been no updates for months, although ios version has come out. EDIT: the developer is no longer authorising posts on his android forum, and the app website is closed down. Draw your own conclusions.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2015
Killer App! I've just tested this and for me it's a killer app. I used offline maps on a route I don't know and I didn't get lost at all. My 20 mile ride consumed 8% of my battery with the screen, voice prompts, and GPS all on for the duration of the ride. I've been looking for exactly this app. My use case is interesting, as I didn't want to mount my Nexus 5 on my bike, I bought an inexpensive pre-paid waterproof Kyocera Hydro and that worked great totally offline.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2015
Promising I have used this app for 12 months and it is my preferred app for guided bike rides. But it has one major flaw... I plan my routes with ridewithgps, and modify the cue sheet instructions, getting rid of about half and re-entering some. The app cannot cope with multiple turn instructions close together. Then I play them back via cuesheet, using an earbud to overcome any traffic noise. I do not attempt to follow on the screen unless something goes wrong. The main problem arises when the app does not detect that you have reached one of the cue sheet turns. Happens about once every 5-8 turns. Until it detects this turn, it will not read you the next one, so it effectively stops working at that point. Samsung Galaxy s3 mini. No battery problems. Infrequent crashes. Can go "Off route" on long straight sections. If you try to restart half way through a route, you must step through every turn to get to your present position. Basically, it has no way of adapting to where you actually are on the route. Been no updates for months, although ios version has come out. Developer recognises issues oulined above, but doesn't seem to be doing anything about them. Shame, it could be the clear winner.
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