SpeedView 2.5

Recent changes:

  • 0 to 100 km/h time
  • Improved 0-60 mph and 1/4 mile modes
  • The app now restores the recording state
  • Fixed: Alert sound bug on some phones

About Andrew

Android developer

  • Mike

    Can you PLEASE update the app so that the 0-60 and 1/4 mile times are recorded with 10ths of second included? IE – 6.49 seconds – not just whole seconds? I love this app but don’t like how I always get 6.0 for my time. The “fastest droid” app can do this and your app is better (besides this one feature)

    Thanks!

  • Mike, we can’t get milliseconds as the GPS receiver reports the position only once in a second (at best). However, we’ll see how these modes can be improved in the future versions.

  • Rich Williams

    I’m new to using GPS apps on my phone, so the problem may be “between the chair and the keyboard”.

    Phone/Software info:
    version of software: SpeedView 2.5.2 Free
    phone: HTC Droid Eris
    OS: Firware: 2.1 / Baseband: 2.42.01.04.27 / Krnl: 2.6.29…. / Build #: 2.37.605.4 / Software #: 2.37.605.4

    I’ve been using the software to track my walks. (approx 2.5 to 3.0 miles), then I export and email the results to myself. On my laptop, I open the file with Google Earth.

    The problem is that about half the times I’ve used the software, the last 2/10 mile or so isn’t displayed in Google Earth.

    Is this a setting I can control or some other factor I need to consider?

    Thank you for your assistance.

    Rich

  • Rich, this is quite weird. We’ll look into this, and no, I think it’s not related to any settings you can control.

  • Anonymous

    @Stephen
    Thank you Stephen. I was also thinking it may be related to my location relative to Cell phone towers and/or GPS units. But it doesn’t happen all the time.

  • Shanka

    What are the headers for the GPX log file saved? Example: lattitude,longitude,name,desc etc.,

  • Andrew

    longitude,latitude,time,speed,altitude

  • Shanka

    @Andrew Thanks for the quick reply! Found out its latitude first and then longitude! :)

  • Andrew

    Yep, sorry, my bad. Too much work going on :)

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  • Michael

    Was the 0 to 100 km/h time implemented for non-US and non-UK users? I’m in Australia and nothing appears :(

  • Chris

    Hi, i am using the Pro Version on Xperia X10 and it is a very nice app, really good work! But one minor thing – is it possible to add a feature for selecting the background ? In my opinion the readability on sunny days would be better with a mono-colored background :)