Travel Tracker Pro is an Android GPS navigation app that also serves as a travel diary to record your vacation memories, road trips or hikes. The app is currently available for free in the Google Play Store instead of € 4.59.
- The offer for Travel Tracker Pro expires in 2 days.
- The app does not contain advertising or in-app purchases and does not require an account.
- Travel Tracker Pro is rated 3.8 out of 5 stars from 174 reviews and over 10,000 downloads.
The Travel Tracker Pro application was already on offer a few months ago, where TechMarkup suggested it to you as the free application of the day.
Download the Travel Tracker Pro app for free from the Google Play Store.
Why is the Travel Tracker Pro app worth it?
With Travel Tracker Pro you can record your trips in real time. In addition to GPS tracking, you can pimp your routes with Travel Tracker Pro using photos and then share them with your friends. At the same time, you can also look at the photos of your friends and comment on them in turn.
The version that you get with this promotion contains exclusive functions such as the possibility to stream routes live to friends and to make tracks private or to restrict access. You can also share your tracks and photos via third-party apps or export your routes in GPX format.
I haven’t been able to test the application yet as I only discovered it during my research for this article. So I can’t say anything about the quality of the GPS tracking. But when I scrutinized Travel Tracker Pro on the Exodus website (which is where possible trackers and other permissions of an app are found), I could see that the app can access the “Fine Location”.
This location is based on the data of the network operator and the GPS provider, in contrast to “rough location”, in which only the non-GPS data (ie the WiFi or cellular network) are taken into account. It is therefore more accurate.
Is Travel Tracker Pro safe to download?
Travel Tracker Pro does not contain advertising or in-app purchases and can also be used without an account, as long as you do without the cloud-based functions for saving and sharing your trips.
Travel Tracker Pro obviously needs permission to geotag you, as well as the ability to run in the background (so that you can track your trips even when the app is not active) and access to the memory. Quite intrusive permissions, but I think it’s hard to avoid with a GPS app.
The data about your trips are stored locally and/or in the developer’s cloud if you have opted for cloud storage. Your journeys are also visible from the inside for other users – unless you switch to private mode.
Let us know in the comments what you think of the Travel Tracker Pro, or which other apps we should look for in our tips in the future.