TourTime can measure the time you need to get from one location to another.It goes easy on your battery because it does not use GPS permanently (as Apps like Runtastic or Navigon would do). For example:You add a location for your start and destination and when you begin your journey, TourTime starts counting the time.Thanks to the energy-saving geofencing-technology the App recognizes when you reach your destination and stops automatically.You get an overview about how long a single tour took you or how much time you spend altogether for this journey.In addition to that, you can see when you finished a journey the fastest and the slowest and of course you get an average time.Certainly you can add multiple journeys, like a trip to another city or daily trips to your job or a bakery.It doesn't matter whether you are traveling by bike, car or on your feet.Examples:- Learn if you are faster on the way to your job or heading home from itSee how much time passed going from one location to another in total- If you have trips on a regular basis, you can see when you finished a journey the fastest or slowest- Take a look at the average time for a tripSupported methods of locomotation:- Your feet- Bicycle- Car- Train- Skier- Snowboard- Sleigh- Inline-Skaters- Cable-Car- Flux-Compensator- Sedan(Please follow security arrangements)Battery UsageContinued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. TourTime was designed to use GPS very sparingly, because it relies mostly on cell tower, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi locations. This was chosen wisely to maintain good battery life.
What's new in version 1.3
- New icons: especially the iPhone 6 Plus will be happy about it- Notifications can have sounds: go to your iPhones settings and enable them if you want- more little improvements"Doing it right - Everybody will be dancing - And we'll be feeling it right - Everybody will be dancing "
ReleaseDecember 16, 2014
Date AddedDecember 16, 2014
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPhone 4. iTunes account required.