By walking with your device, it records the number of steps you've taken and your location information.
To avoid counting unwanted steps, it will start recording from the 10th step.
By turning off "Conteo" on the main screen, you can turn off the pedometer.
The Day?Week?Month?Rank of the recorded number of steps will be displayed as a graph. (The top 50 days in recorded steps, day by day) .
The location information will create a URL link of your location on Google Maps and will open a mailer or an SMS app.
By sending this to someone you want to inform of your location, the recipient will be able to see your location on Google Maps (app or web).
As it records the steps you've taken and your location, this app can be used to monitor your health and to keep records of your trips.
After setup (stride, weight, location setting) the app will begin to record on its own.
Photos are shown on the map according to the day it was taken and stored on the device.
You can opt to see calories on the graph.
You can send your location from the map.
You can also change the location you want to send on the map.