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Mark Porcella,

Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Navigation 2.1 August 01, 2017 5.0

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Your app name is too short. 6 characters

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Your app description seems to be too short. 649 characters

It's only 649 characters. We strongly recommend writing at least 1.000 characters. Use content that makes your app unique (features description, characteristics, how to use your app, ...). Your description needs to convince people to download your app. Also, be sure to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.

You could add some screenshots.

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Your last version was released more than 3 months ago. Update your app with new features and/or some bug fixing.

Version 2.1 released on August 01, 2017

Version 2.0 released on July 07, 2017
Now using Google Maps, allows you to transfer your path directly to Google Maps for turn by turn directions, graphs your path's elevation as you build it. Build paths for walking, biking, and driving.

Version 1.2 released on November 29, 2016
Updated with ability to use metric units. Data efficiency improvements.

Version 1.1 released on September 20, 2016
Ability to get directions with a locked screen

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App Description

Build a path with precision for running, walking cycling. Add turn points, by pressing the "Press" button in the screen center, scroll the map and add more points while the app automatically builds the route for you. Move or delete points by centering the map on the point, pressing the "Move" button and scrolling the map to the new location. Chart the Path elevation as you build it! Once the path is built, press "Navigate" and the app will take you to your Google Maps app with your path entered and ready for turn by turn directions! Be aware that: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

App Screenshots

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Paths. Ranking History | Navigation

Paths. daily app ranking in Navigation category for the last 30 days.

Paths. Worldwide Rankings | Navigation

Paths. rankings per country in Navigation category.

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