We are probably talking about one of the most important actions a GPS can offer us. A track is, in the last analysis, a set of chronologically organized checkpoints. In this regard TwoNav allows us to use it as a destination to provide detailed information on the route one must take on any of his rides. Let’s take a look at how to manage tracks and the information they offer us.

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Calculate areas with TwoNav

Calculate areas with TwoNav

Did you know that you can calculate areas with TwoNav?

Try to do it yourself, it is very easy and simple. If you want to calculate the total area of a journey, you only have to:

1. Create a track by opening the contextual menu on map and selecting “new” and “start track here”.

Start Track in TwoNav

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Route simulation by playing a track

Route simulation by playing a track

Did you know that…TwoNav can simulate a route by playing a saved track?

All you have to do is:

1. Open a compatible track with TwoNav, go to Menu>Data>Tracks.

Open Track route Spain Castellón

Navigation Spain Castellón

2. Using track’s context menu (press the track for some seconds), choose “Play” to start playing the simulation. Controls such as play, pause, close, fast forward, fast rewind, start and go to the end will appear on the toolbar.

Play here to simulate a track or route by TwoNav

Touch TwoNav Buttons

3. The track will be played at real speed unless you prefer to use the fast forward speed.

Simulate and Navigate with TwoNav

This utility will be very useful to remember a route.

Note that off-road mode will follow the original track very accuratelly, while on-road mode will follow the nearest roads.