Developer: Jean-Pierre RIZZI

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 3.9 MB - Download


iGoTrack is an application specially created under 10.10. iGoTrack helps you organise your sessions or your circuits. You can share them, regroup them and analyse your progression.

With iGoTrack you can:

Capture your latest sessions
Quickly import your latest sessions from iCloud with iGo or iGoTrail applications, or from another source, files (GPX and TCX formats).

View details of your circuits
iGoTrack's main function is to display your circuits on a map and the main details of your sessions: average speed, heart rate, rhythm, altitude difference, etc.

Group your sessions together
All your sessions are recorded. You have direct access to the last four weeks of training. You can also group them together, for example in smart files.

Follow your statistics
iGoTrack displays your statistics by week, month and year or by period. You can view the total distance covered, total time and the number of burnt calories.

Share your sessions
Pick a session and share it using e-mail.


Release Notes:

Fix bug for El Capitan


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.2
Review by marinpaul

Poor Feature Set -- Responsive Developer - Update (2 stars): I notified the developer about the problem importing GPX files noted below, and it was fixed very quickly. So I upgraded my review from one star to two stars. The biggest problem with the program is you can't pick what data categories are displayed and in what order. For tracking programs that automatically pause when you stop moving (like runmeter or cyclemeter), the MPH field in igotrack is articificailly low because it does not exclude the pause time, and there is no way to fix it since you can't pick the data to be shown. I notified the developer and they said they might look into adding this functionality in the future. To me, however, the program is almost non-functional without this "feature". Initial Review (1 star): I bought this application because it said it could import GPX files. I tried importing GPX files from B.iCycle and Cyclemeter, but after the "import" in both cases no data was added to the database. The program may be great (no chance to really review yet), but if you can't get the data in it's worthless. Very disappointing for $10.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people