Haha good point. Google maps needs a season layer
You can export your tracks to a Google Doc spreadsheet and/or a custom map. It's great stuff if you want to compare your performance over time on a certain path.
Here's one I took on a quick ride last year..
And this one is my daily commute..
It's pretty cool software. On my bike rides I usually put the phone in airplane mode to maximize battery.
I just wish you could download a map cache to use when there isn't any cell service, so I could use it up on backcountry hikes. I've downloaded rmap which supposedly does this, but haven't played with it yet. Edit: Looks like OruxMaps might be a nice alternative for offline GPS use.
Last edited by Atook; 02-21-2010 at 11:18 AM. Reason: Add link to Orux Map
I use My Tracks for all of my running. Sometimes I run indoors and the GPS won't pick up but i still use it to record the time I spent running.
It's great for the outdoors because I can look at it later and see how I was pacing myself and if I was starting out too hard, etc...