A new beta release of ViewRanger is now available. If you would like to try it please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The main new features include:
The trip view displays a range of statistics about your current journey. You can configure which statistics are shown and can choose from several different screen layouts. The statistics include values such as distance, speed, average speed, time moving, estimated time of arrival, altitude and pace.
You can save different combinations and layouts as profiles, and step through the profiles with the arrow keys.
Track and route graphs
For a track you can display graphs of speed, altitude, GPS altitude and distance against time. You can display these individually or superimposed.
For a route you can display a graph of altitude against distance.
You can send your location to the ViewRanger server. If you give friends your details, they can see your location either using their own copy of ViewRanger or using a web page. You can send your location once, or can send it repeatedly.
The international UTM coordinate system is now supported. Tracks can be recorded and POIs can be created worldwide.
The GPS built-in to the new N95, E90 and 6110 phones is supported.
Routes, Tracks, GPS and GPX
Tracks store the GPS altitude, which can be exported to GPX files.
Tracks are split into segments when the GPS is disconnected then reconnected, or when track recording is switched off and back on.
Selective GPX import and export – you can import just the routes from a GPX file, ignoring the tracks and single points, or can choose to just export tracks.
On 3rd edition phones routes can be made partially transparent.
If you have any questions or would like to use the beta please contact email@example.com or phone 020 7193 7233.