A GPS logging tool for dog powered sports
The User Guide is currently being written. An in-progress version is here.
Curent Version - 5.8 - December 8, 2017
- Fixed a bug with the distance display and voice prompts when operating in Miles.
- Fixed a bug with the display of notes that was causing the first few lines of text to be obscured.
- Fixed a bug with the Lead dog achievement not always being completed successfully.
- Improvements for iPhone X.
Thanks to everyone who takes the time to contact me with suggestions and bug reports. It's because of your feedback that Mushometer has continued to evolve for the past seven years!
Current Bug List
Usually I try to fix bugs as quickly as I can. Here are the list of issues that I know about but haven't been able to reproduce or fix yet. If you are having a bug listed below or something else, let me know about it too.
- Emoji characters cause problems if they are used in Notes on Runs, Teams or Trails.
- Sometimes if the GPS signal is lost during recording long lines will be drawn on the map and the distance calculations are not accurate. I can't really fix this but I'm working on a way to clearly indicate that there were problems recording during the run. If this happens to you and you know the approximate distance of your trail, you can always set the distance manually after the run has been recorded.
The FAQ has been moved into the Mushometer User Guide.
- Graphs for comparing performance of teams
- A PDF report for dogs
- A PDF report for all the runs during a season
- Compare custom teams with the same dogs in a different configuration
- Save custom team to the teams list
- iCloud sync for data sharing between devices
Found a bug? Have a question not listed above or a suggestion for a feature? Send me an email at email@example.com.
Last Updated May 27, 2017
I treat the privacy of my customers very seriously. Data collected by Mushometer is governed by this policy.
Apple HealthKit Integration
In order to record your runs as workouts, Mushometer ask for permission to write data to the Apple HealthKit database on your iPhone. Mushometer does not read data from the Apple HealthKit database.
Mushometer cannot write data to the Apple HealthKit database unless you specifically grant access.
Your runs and location data are not transmitted anywhere by the Mushometer app unless you choose to use the built in sharing features yourself.
The protection of any data stored on your iPhone and Apple Watch within the Mushometer app is your sole responsibility. Please consult your device documentation on how to manage local storage and how to apply appropriate security controls to your device for the protection of information.
Mushometer is in no way responsible for the protection of data and information stored within the Apple HealthKit database. It is strongly recommended that you review Apple’s applicable policies and procedures before synching and backup up your Apple HealthKit data.
If you have questions, contact me via email.