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Topic # 204831 19-Oct-2016 11:12
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Hi being curious and all, would like to know how fast I've been driving, biking, travelling, at certain points. Most travel tracking or speedometer app either gives you instantaneous speed or an average speed, but not a timeline of speed history ... 

 

anyone knows any such apps? I guess android could do too, might go back to Android if/when my 5S expires.





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  Reply # 1653447 19-Oct-2016 12:03
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I thought I had this that did that:

 

Speed Tracker. GPS Speedometer, HUD and Trip Computer by AppAnnex, LLC

 

https://appsto.re/nz/JH3jy.i

 

 

 

I used to use it in the car.  I stopped when I got a gps tracker installed in the car.

 

 




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