Map My Drive FAQ

No. You can only track one route at a time. If you try to start tracking while another route is already in progress, the other route will stop tracking and tracking will begin for the new route.
If you have allowed the app access to your location all of the time, the app will continue tracking your location in the background until you explicitly tap stop tracking for a route. This is allow your route to continue to be tracked if you accidently close the app or it crashes. Note: If you are not tracking any routes, the app will not be tracking your location at all.
No. You can safely keep the app running in the background and it will still track your route without issue. It works best when you allow location access "Always" as this enables the app to keep tracking in case you accidently close the app or it crashes. When you are not tracking a route the app it will never use your location in the background. The "Always" access is only used to restart services in case you are in the middle of a tracking a route and the app is accidently closed or it crashes.
It works best when you allow location access "Always" as this enables the app to keep tracking in case you accidently close the app or it crashes. When you are not tracking a route the app it will never use your location in the background. The "Always" access is only used to restart services in case you are in the middle of a tracking a route and the app is accidently closed or it crashes.
Currently turn by turn directions are not supported. You can use the arrow on the map so that it will stay centered on your location as you drive and you can retrace your route this way or you can export your route as a KML or GPX file and use another appropriate app to load it.
The estimated time is calculated based on the start and end of the route. Any stopped time is counted toward the estimated time as well as any time in between stopping then starting tracking.
Distance is calculated by adding up the straight line distance between each recorded point. It does not take the shape of roads or trails into account. The straight line distance will usually bit less than the actual distance travelled.

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