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TwoNav 3.3: What's new in this version?

 

Below is a brief explanation of all new features and enhancements included in this version of the software:

 

 

 

CHANGES IN TWONAV INTERFACE

 

       
MAIN MENU
DATA PAGES
STATUS BAR
PROFILES

 

The interface of TwoNav 3.3 includes some visual changes making the application more updated to contemporary days, among most noticable changes:

  • New style: More similar to the guide lines used in our website (new font, shadows, background color...).
  • New status bar: Placed at the top of TwoNav application and it shows the current state of some of the most elementary functions of TwoNav (Hour, Audio, Profile, Triplog, GPS coverage, Battery...). During your trips, you can access ‘Status’ window by clicking the status bar.

  • New icons: New iconography for 'Start!' and 'Status' as well as some profiles (running, MTB, road biking, free flight, off-road car...).

 

 

iOS / WINDOWS

COMPATIBILITY WITH iOS 9 / WINDOWS 10

 

 

 

 

ULTRA / ANDROID

COMPATIBLE WITH ANT+™ POWERMETERS

 

As of TwoNav 3.3, Ultra and some Android devices (only devices featuring ANT+™ technology) are compatible with ANT+™ potentiometers, these sensors are usually mounted on the pedal or wheel of the bike. Powermeters allow the cyclist to calculate power output, which is the force required to move the bike forward (measured in watts).

 

 

Once the sensor is in place, follow these steps to start pairing information:

  • Press ‘Main menu > Status > ANT+’ and choose 'Activate Powermeter'.
  • Then, the device will start looking for the sensor’s signal.
  • If available, it will be displayed (data will be stored for each point of the recorded track).

 

Add 'Powermeter' field to the data bar/data pages to check your current performance in real time. Change a concrete data field by opening the contextual menu on it and press ‘Change this field’.

 

 

Additionally, you can set TwoNav to autodetect and connect sensors at start, all you have to do is enable ‘Activate sensors at start’ ('Main menu > Settings > Full settings > Advanced').

 

  

 

ANDROID

COMPATIBLE WITH ANT+™ SENSORS

 

 

Starting with the TwoNav 3.3, some Android devices are compatible with ANT+™ sensors (only devices with ANT+™). If your smartphone is compatible, you will be able to use sensors such as:

  • Heart rate monitors: To measure heart beats
  • Cadence sensors: To measure the pedal stroke frequency
  • Speed sensors: To measure speed values
  • Powermeters: To measure the force required to move the bike forward

 

Once the sensors are in place, follow these steps to start paring information:

  • Select 'Main menu > Status > ANT+™'.
  • Press ‘Activate HR/Cad/Spe'.
  • Then, the device will start looking for the sensor’s signal.
  • If available, it will be displayed (data will be stored for each point of the recorded track).

 

Add the fields 'Heart Rate', 'Cadence' or 'Speed' to the data bar/data pages to check your current performance in real time. Change a concrete data field by opening the contextual menu on it and press ‘Change this field’.

 

 

IMPORTANT: If your Android is not compatible with ANT+™ technology, remember that you can use BLE sensors as an alternative (Smart Bluetooth).

 

 

 

NEW DATA FIELD 'ASCENT TO DESTINATION'

 

Ascent to destination' displays the remaining ascent (sum of altitudes increases) till the end of the route. In other words, that is all you have to climb to get to your destination.

 

 

On the other hand, the field 'Altitude difference destination' (which is not enabled by default on data pages) displays the altitude difference between your current position and altitude of the destination.

 

 

 

CHECK ALTITUDE GRAPH BEFORE ANY ON-ROAD NAVIGATION

 

As of TwoNav 3.3, when you are about to navigate an on-road trip (to a waypoint, address, coordinates...) you can check the altitude of the whole trip before you start navigating (altitude representation for on-road trips was not supported in previous versions of TwoNav).

 

 

In order to represent the altitude graph, you need to load the following maps:

 

TwoNav will represent altitude information for each point of the autocalculated route in a data field called 'Graph'. Once started, you can check your current position on the graph in real time, open 'Data pages' and find the field 'Graph' (red bar is indicating your current position).

 

NOTE: If 'Graph' is not listed, you can show the field by opening the contextual menu on another field and selecting Change this field’.

 

 

 

TRIPLOG IS AUTOMATICALLY PAUSED IF NO MOVEMENT IS DETECTED

 

IMPORTANT: This function has been added only in high-speed profiles (Road bike, Mountain bike and Running) being enabled by default on Road bike.

 

 

If you enable 'Autopause' ('Main menu > Settings > Full settings > Navigation'), in case you are stopped or your current speed is lower than the one set at 'Minimum moving speed' ('Main menu > Settings > Full settings > Advanced'), TwoNav will understand you are stopped and so, Triplog will be paused (notification is shown on the screen).

Triplog recording will be automatically resumed once your speed is over 'Minimum moving speed' again.

 

     
CURRENT SPEED = 17 KM/H
'MINIMUM MOVING SPEED'
CURRENT SPEED = 2 KM/H

 

 

 

ANDROID / iOS / WINDOWS
DOWNLOAD A WIDE VARIETY OF TRACKS AND WAYPOINTS FROM FRANCE USING ESPACE LOISIRS

 

 

IGN France, the public body responsible for geographical information in France, has recently launched Espace Loisirs, a collaborative portal offering for free a wide range of tracks and waypoints from France to all outdoor enthusiasts.

Download all kind of tracks and waypoints uploaded by users from all over the world. Espace Loisirs also offers you the possibility upload your own tracks and waypoints and share your experiences with other users.

 

       
MAIN MENU
FILES > TRACKS
ON-LINE TRACKS
ESPACE LOISIRS

 

Follow these steps to find tracks and waypoints at Espace Loisirs:

  • Access IGN France-Espace Loisirs at: www.espaceloisirs.ign.fr
  • Create a user account
  • Select 'Parcours’ (tracks) or 'Points d'intérêt' (waypoints) according to your preferences.
  • At map window, center the map in the zone where you want to get a list of available tracks and waypoints.
  • Take a deeper look to the wide collection of tracks and waypoints.
  • Once you have found any element of your interest, press 'Embarquer sur mobille' (Transfer to mobile) to share that element at TwoNav.
  • Start TwoNav and select any of these options to navigate the elements you marked before:

    • 'Main menu > Files > Tracks > On-line tracks'
    • 'Main menu > Files > Waypoints > On-line waypoints'

 

 

MINOR CHANGES

 

  • Triplog management: When you start an activity and stop it before 5 minutes, you will be asked if you prefer to keep the track or deleted it (this simple question avoids storing useless tracks in the device).

  • Algorithm for slope calculation has been corrected to improve the accuracy of slope (specially noticeable in bikes where GPS is fixed and slope may have more relevance).
  • New templates for data pages

           
  • Press 'Re-center' while riding a bike at high speeds is quite complicated, so 'Auto-recenter' has been enabled by default for bikers (profiles: MTB and Road cycling). This change will prevent bikers from losing the focus on current position when turning the screen on.
  • Track navigation is now compatible with 'Autoroute' function so, if you are far from the track, TwoNav will create an autoroute to the starting point of the track. When you are near the track, normal track navigation will be activated.
  • ANDROID: Press 'Back' key at 'Main menu' to exit TwoNav app.
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