TrailRunner for Mac
If you like long distance sports such as running, inline-skating, hiking or skiing and you want to plan and keep track of your workout routes or share them with your friends, then TrailRunner can help you out.
Activity browser and workout scheduler
TrailRunner is a well-designed training partner that can help you plan, preview, edit and share your routes with just a few mouse clocks. You can use TrailRunner to effortlessly calculate a route for the desired distance and transfer directions to your iPhone or GPS device in order to stay on the track while you are on your way.
Thanks to TrailRunner, you can quickly plan your workout routes and check your pace at different checkpoints, import and analyze GPS recording as well as heart rate, power and cadence after returning from amazing mountain bike trips or plan tours and collect various tracks and trails.
Built-in diary and exercise plan
From TrailRunner’s main window you can quickly and easily import your activities and organize them into multiple diaries. The top toolbar helps you plan routes, check the Track network, import Nike+ SportBand data, publish your routes to various iOS applications via Dropbox and import recorded activities.
In addition, you can synchronize and archive your routes with Garmin Edge and Garmin ForeFunner devices. TrailRunner also offers support for iPod Sport Kit and allows you to choose between different synchronization methods.
Active online outdoor communities
What is more, TrailRunner is capable to import nearby route courses uploaded by other users via GPSies.com, EveryTrail.com or mytrials.com.au. You can preview, playback and view them in GoogleEarth or various map types. Hence, you can easily load different background maps and display the roads, the terrain, the topographic or satellite map.
Once imported, you can rate your routes, add them to your diary and prepare your exercise plan and calendar. After creating your workout schedule you can export directions to your GPS device or iPhone.