Did you know that… thanks to myTwoNav, you can install your maps with just a few clicks?

In this edition of ‘Did you know that…’ we’ll look at one of the most frequent questions: what steps do I have to follow to correctly install my maps? If you follow the steps below, your installation will be fast and trouble-free, guaranteed! Keep it simple and save this link in your browser!



1 – Log into www.myTwoNav.com with your username and credentials (log in using your purchase email).

2 – Once inside www.myTwoNav.com, click on ‘My products > My Maps’.

3 – Find the map you want to install and click on ‘Install’.

Note: Mosaic maps typically cover very large areas, so it is recommended that you install them one by one.


4 – On the popup, click ‘Install map’ to start the automatic installation with TwoNav Downloader.

Important: If you do not have the latest version of TwoNav Downloader installed on your computer, click on ‘Download TwoNav Downloader’.

5 – Then select the device on which you want to install the selected map. To install the map on a GPS or smartphone, remember to connect the device before continuing (if your computer has properly detected your GPS/Smartphone, the device will appear on the list).

6 – The installation process will then begin. You only need to follow the steps the TwoNav Downloader gives you. TwoNav Downloader will register the maps automatically, without the need to activate them using a registration code.



If the automatic installation has failed for some reason, you always have the option of manual activation by following these steps, depending on the type of map you wish to register:


Did you know that… you can download free maps from myTwoNav?

If you’re a TwoNav GPS user, this post is for you. In it we’ll show you how to get the most from your device. Just log in to myTwoNav.com. Si eres usuario de un GPS TwoNav, te interesa leer este post. En él te enseñamos a sacar el máximo partido a tu dispositivo. Sólo deberás acceder a myTwoNav.com.

myTwoNav is a personal area where you can easily manage your GPS unit, maps and software. Registering your GPS unit on myTwoNav gives you the following advantages:

When you purchase a TwoNav GPS, you get a set of very useful free products, like maps and software licences that can complement your user experience.

TwoNav Downloader lets you install maps automatically on the GPS unit with just a few clicks and without having to manually activate them.

Exclusive offers for users who already have a TwoNav GPS.

Follow these simple steps to register your GPS device on myTwoNav:

1 – Log into www.myTwoNav.com with your username and credentials (log in using your purchase email).

2 – Click on ‘Register my products’.

3 – Enter the promotional code (card included in the box) or the serial number from your GPS unit (on the rear of the unit).

4 – You will then be shown a list of the products included with your purchase of the GPS unit. Simply validate those products you wish to use.

5 – Once validated, you will be able to install the products from the ‘My products’ section.



Did you know that … you can update your GPS TwoNav with just a click?

This week in our ‘Did you know…?’ instalment we explain how to keep your TwoNav GPS updated using Land software. In less than one minute you’ll have the latest version of TwoNav on your GPS!



Many of our users are unaware that, once purchased, the GPS can be constantly updated.

If you use a TwoNav GPS, we offer you free software updates. These updates are published periodically and include new features, corrections of bugs, and performance improvements.




Follow these steps to update your device to the latest version:

1. Download and install LAND software (free software to prepare and analyse tracks):


2. Connect your GPS to your PC’s USB port. The new device will appear in the ‘Storage files’ section of the data tree.

3. Right click on the name of the GPS in the data tree and select ‘Update TwoNav software’.

4. If there is an update available for your device, a download button will appear. Accept it and ‘TwoNav’ will be updated automatically.

5. At this point your TwoNav will update automatically.

6. After completing the update, just disconnect your device and … get out there and enjoy your adventures!


We are attaching a video so you can see how easy it will be for you to update your TwoNav GPS using Land:

Don’t think twice! Update your GPS to the latest version now, and enjoy an enhanced user experience.

It couldn’t be easier. Now it’s time to practice.






Pin Mode

Did you know that… TwoNav features several tools in the Pin mode?

Did you know that… TwoNav features several tools in the Pin mode?


This week, on a new instalment of “Did you know that”, we show you how to use TwoNav’s pin mode. Though it generally goes unnoticed, it has a lot of potential, as we’ll show you now.


What is TwoNav’s ‘Pin’ Mode?


Pin mode

Pin mode is a powerful tool that lets you use very useful information to analyze your surroundings. To activate the pin mode, click and hold on a point on the map.


The selected position will be marked on the map with a pin, and a window will open on top showing information on that point (TwoNav will shift from ‘Data’ mode to ‘Pin’ mode).



What information can I see in ‘Pin’ mode?


Main information


Depending on what you selected, TwoNav will show one of the following:


  • Bearing from your current position to the point selected.

Pin Mode


  • Name of the element selected (if you clicked on a waypoint, track, route, street, POI, etc.).

Pin Mode

Pin Mode


  • Coordinates of the point (if no element is selected).

Pin Mode


Secondary information

Pin Mode


The second line in ‘Pin’ mode will show the following by default:


  • Distance from your current position to the point selected.


  • Altitude of the point selected


To see more information, you can add more fields from ‘Main menu > Settings > Full settings > Map page > Pin mode’.



What can I do inside ‘Pin’ mode?

Pin Mode


If you click on the top window, you’ll be able to do several things:


  • Create an element on the selected point: Waypoint, track or route.


  • Edit the properties of the selected point:


  • For waypoints: Change the waypoint icon, move the waypoint to a new location, etc.


  • For routes: Change the icons of the waypoints that make up the route, edit the route layout, add more waypoints to the route, reverse the route direction, show a graph with altitudes on the route, and more.


  • For tracks: Edit the track layout, divide the track into laps, show a graph with altitudes on the track, play back a simulation of the track, etc.


  • For maps: See the map’s properties, show the map’s contour, arrange maps into several layers, etc.


  • Anchor your selected position: Replace your current position by marking another position on the map. Once set, the information shown in the distance fields will be based on the new, anchored position, not your actual position. Also, if you hit ‘Re-center’, TwoNav will re-center on the anchored reference point instead of your current position.


  • Navigate to the selected point: The navigation will start from the current position to the point selected (waypoint, track or route).


Pin Mode

Remember that once you mark a location on the map, you can change the position of the pin by clicking elsewhere on the map. The information shown in ‘Pin’ mode will be updated based on the location you mark.


To close the ‘Pin’ mode, press the ‘Back’ button on the top bar.






It couldn’t be easier. Now it’s time to practice.


  • Download TwoNav (Free, unlimited version)



Did you know that… thanks to Land, you can create digital Roadbooks?

This week in “Did you know that…”, we show you how to create your own e-Roadbooks and add all kinds of information to them. Forget about paper!


For those who don’t know, a roadbook is a route guide with all kinds of information on the route: coordinates descriptions, diagrams and more. They are generally written on paper and describe waypoints along the route and maneuvers that make it easy to navigate.


This tool is normally used both by rally drivers and hikers who want to navigate with complete confidence in unknown terrain. Here’s a sample roadbook for rallies:


Digital, or e-roadbooks, leave behind the paper world and use specialized software to customize routes and include very useful information (diagrams, enhanced descriptions, photos, links to external websites, etc.).

So forget about paper and create your e-Roadbook at home on your computer with just a few clicks!



Next we’ll show you how to transform your tracks into e-Roadbooks. These are the materials you’ll need to make the most of your adventures:

  • The route track
  • Any notes you’ve taken along the route (waypoints, landmarks, maneuvers, images, etc.).
  • Land software (lets you turn tracks into e-Roadbooks)


We’re attaching a video to show you how easy it is to create your own e-Roadbooks using Land:

Tutorial: How do I create an e-Roadbook?

To summarize, these are the steps to follow to customize:

  • Step 1: Create roadbook points on the track (waypoints and landmarks).
  • Step 2: Add diagrams and comments to each point in the roadbook (maneuvers to make or important details to note).
  • Step 3: Once you’re done editing, save the track in the *.BTRK format.


It couldn’t be easier. Now it’s time to practice.

  • Download Land (30-day Premium trial version)
way back

Did you know that… TwoNav offers the peace of mind of finding your way back at any time?

Despite the multiple navigation functions that TwoNav offers, this week in “Did you know that” we present three options for finding your way back if you get lost.

way back

The easiest way to find your way back is to simply look on the map and trace back the route you recorded. If this isn’t enough and you’ve gotten yourself lost, follow these steps to find your way back.

  1. In the map window, do a short press on the map to show the tool bar.
  1. Then select ‘Page tools > Go back’.
  1. Finally, select one of the options described below.


To return to the point where you started the activity, press ‘Start point’. Two Nav will calculate the shortest route from your current position to the start point of the track.

way back

This requires loading a road map (OSM or TomTom). If you don’t have a routable map on your device, TwoNav will calculate a straight line to the start point.


Another option to return to the start point is to retrace your steps by navigating the track backwards. In other words, TwoNav will reverse the track you have recorded so far so you can navigate it in reverse.

NOTE: The inverted track will be saved under a different name, with the two tracks stored in separate files (’Original track’ and ‘Trackback’).

way back


If what you want is to finish your activity at that point and go directly home without passing through the start point of the track, hit ‘Home’. This feature is mainly intended for car navigation. TwoNav will calculate the best road route back to your home.

way back

It couldn’t be easier. Now it’s time to practice.



Did you know that… TwoNav lets you analyze tracks using laps?

This week in “Did you know that…”, we show you how to analyze the laps created in any TwoNav GPS in detail.

As we explained earlier in another installment of “Did you know that…”, TwoNav lets you subdivide the track you’re navigating into laps based on time or distance.

At the end of the activity, if you download Land you’ll be able to analyze your track more accurately thanks to more than 80 data fields and graphs that Land puts at your disposal. Land is the perfect tool for analyzing your workouts or outings in full.


There are two types of laps:

  • Automatic laps: The track is divided into sections of equal size based on a fixed interval (every kilometer, every hour, etc.).

analyze tracks

  • Manual laps: These are sections of the track that are not necessarily the same size (distance or time). With manual laps, it’s the user who decides where to start a new lap.

analyze tracks


You’ll be able to see the laps (both manual and automatic):

  • Overlaid on the map

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  • In the data tree

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  • On the listing of laps

analyze tracks


Thanks to Land, you’ll be able to see the automatic laps for your track from the comfort of your home and analyze them using graphs and comparison tables:

  1. Open the track you want to analyze.

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  1. In the map window, open the context menu for the track and select ‘Laps > Autolaps’. Then decide whether to subdivide the track into laps based on time or distance:
  • Autolaps by distance: By default, the track will be divided into 1-kilometer laps.
  • Autolaps by time: By default, the track will be divided into 1-hour laps.

Note: To modify either of the two intervals above (for example, divide the track into 5-kilometer laps instead of 1-kilometer), change it directly by going into ‘Main menu > File > Options > Track > Autolaps’.

  1. Land will also highlight each lap using a different color.

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If the automatic laps aren’t enough to analyze your performance on the track, Land lets you create your own manual laps, meaning you can specify the start and end of each lap  to suit your needs.

  1. Open the track you want to analyze.
  1. In the map window, open the context menu over the point on the track where you want to start a new lap and select ‘Laps > Change of lap here’.

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  1. In addition, Land will highlight the new lap using a different color from the rest of the track.

analyze tracks

Note: You can readjust or erase the area covered by a lap at any time by simply setting a new lap start and end point. To do so, press ‘Move lap start to this point’ or ‘Move lap end to this point’.

  1. If you want to create more laps, repeat the above steps as often as you need.


In addition to creating and analyzing laps, Land offers the following options:

  • Save lap: The selected lap will be saved as an independent track.
  • Unify laps: All of the laps will be merged into a single track.
  • Delete lap: The selected lap will be deleted and the two adjacent points will be joined using a straight line.

It couldn’t be easier. Now it’s time to practice.