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I use Sportstracklive( http://www.sportstracklive.com/ ). I've just started using it. I wanted something that would basically let me do what I do with my Garmin 305, but in situations where I would be away from a pc and the tracks woould be too long and exceed the Garmin memory. For example a weeks backcountry ski trip. My phone will store all that data, ...


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I personally use Locus Pro which is perfect for running, hiking, cycling, etc.. It provides also navigation and vector maps (for free if you use OpenAndroMaps) and allows you to record waypoints and tracks and export them in GPX format, offline. It can even export your track into a picture file with the details of your activity (see the documentation here ...


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There's RunnerUp, which is not only privacy-minded, but also free and open-source. There's no data being sent anywhere (unless you want to connect an account) and you can check that in the code. Right now, it may look aged and ugly, but make no mistake—it's quality and still being updated, just the UI hasn't been a priority.


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Try "Remote SMS, Call, GPS Tracker" from the Google Play Store. Remote SMS, Call, GPS Tracker keeps tracking and monitoring of all your SMS, Calls and Locations data. It’s 100% Free. ... SMS Tracking/Intercept text messages. Read all inbound and outbound messages. Details include name, message, date, phone number, contact name and address. Call ...


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RunnerUp is a free and open source sports tracker for Android with no user tracking, no ads or in app purchases. It doesn't forcibly use any online services nor require signing in, and can export your data in a variety of formats for offline use and upload to other devices. It can optionally be configured to upload your data to popular online tracking ...


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OsmAnd is a GPS app and famous as offline navigation app. However, it has also the tracking features, so you load GPX track files, follow and track you activity, besides having some stats about the activity. It is opensource and it has not 3rd party online trackers or SOCIAL sharing. You can download/install from Play and F-Droid OpenTracks Another ...


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Try GeoCoach. It can push data to online services if you want, but other than that your data is all stored on your device. You can also export data in various file formats if required.


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