Sports tracker and Google Earth

By | 30 March 2008

Six thousand steps later and I’ve created yet another track via the Sports tracker application for the N95. What’s fun is that within a few seconds of arriving home I can bluetooth the KML file to my laptop, open it in google earth and I’ve got an arerial view of the wintery walk I took

The walk I did earlier

If I could get a wintery map then it’d be perfect as the ground is covered in snow.

Update: I tested the “upload to service” and that’s interesting too. All the tracks are stored there and you can upload images and more. If you know a few people using the service you can compare your tracks with them. Failing that you can share with the world and see what they’ve added.

2 thoughts on “Sports tracker and Google Earth

  1. Mickey

    Why do you need to send the KML to your laptop? When I use the N95 Sports Tracker, it uploads directly from my phone (before I even come back into the house). Then I can simply pull up their website and view the track in Google Earth/Maps.

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