MotionX GPS

MotionX GPS

By Fullpower®

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2008-12-17
  • Current Version: 24.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 53.88 MB
  • Developer: Fullpower®
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 15,055 Ratings


#1 Winner: Best Outdoor App #1 iPhone app, Backpacker Magazine "Tremendous!" - ComputerWorld "The software you need!" - Navigadget "My favorite when I go hiking" - Washington Post "Favorite, hands down" - Mac Observer ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ▶ The #1 multi-sport GPS app for the iPhone ▶ Great for hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, running, sailing, flying, navigating, geocaching, and more ▶ Over 5 million users, top rated around the world ▶ Most accurate iPhone GPS ▶ Best map selection: choose from 14 different sources including road, terrain, satellite, and marine map types ▶ Free map downloads worldwide! Including OpenStreetMap, terrain maps, and NOAA marine charts ▶ Unlimited map downloading for use offline ▶ Save up to 300 GPS tracks & 2500 waypoints ▶ Live Position Updates: optionally share your position automatically in real-time with others you choose ▶ Optimized for use with the Apple Watch ▶ Advanced interactive stopwatch with voice coaching ▶ Supports DMS, DM, D, MGRS, UTM, and OSGB grid systems ▶ Record GPS tracks and waypoints, follow saved or imported routes, import and export GPX files, and much more -------------------------------------------------- Continued use of any GPS service running in the background can significantly decrease battery life. MotionX is committed to constant improvement. We listen to our users and continuously add the most requested features. Thank you for the feedback!



  • Great for Scouting and Personal Fitness

    By Mikeinmurray
    Easy to use. Doesn’t eat too much battery on my iPhone 7.
  • Great app

    By Venasqian
    This is great for recording hikes. You get all the stats.
  • GPS Lock Issue

    By nairbnilpop
    Since update applied two days ago the app has a tough time gaining satellite locks. Locks also dropped while in use. Didn’t have this issue before the update. UPDATE: Installed 11.2.5 O/S and the problems went away. I’m not sure what version it was before but it was 11something.
  • Favorite app for jogging

    By Astrnmr
    Allows me to track and save all of my runs. Monitors my pace and incline of the terrain. Has nice terrain maps for hiking.
  • Love it! But I terribly miss...

    By SoftwareEngineer
    I’ve had it since shortly after its first release, and love it! I’ve typically used it to record long, rural, scenic treks by motorcycle, in order to share them with other motorcyclists. That said, the remainer of this review is meant for the developer. Fullpower, I terribly miss GPS Drive. I understand that with Google Maps, and the subsequent release of Apple Maps, that you had some very stiff competition. However, Apple Maps doesn’t provide as many features as your app had, and even if SUPER SPY Google does —and it may not— I refuse to use their app except when the need is critical. I don’t even trust them enough to want to have their app on my phone. I have nothing to hide; it just gives me the creeps to feel like I have an ever present peeping Tom. As for other GPS apps, there just aren’t any out there that look to be on the same level as yours was. In spite of their star ratings, you can find many issues with them if you begin to read the individual reviews. There was more to your app than pure GPS navigation. I often used it to discover restaurants and coffee shops as I traveled, or even to discover new ones in my home city. I’m an old school developer, myself —for Windows; not iOS— and would be surprised to find that it would be a very big undertaking to update the app to be compatible with iOS 11. If you did, I believe it would still stand out among its alternatives. That said, I *am* just one person and can’t speak for everyone else. But, perhaps some will see this and submit their own requests for an update (previous users) and/or an opportunity to buy a quality alternative to existing GPS apps. Actually, it’s been long enough that I’d probably be fine with spending $5 or so just to get an updated Version 2, if you care to release it as a new effort. But that does seem likely hard to justify to other previous users, and I wouldn’t want you changing things for the worse, just to justify calling it a new version/variation. I liked it very much, just the way it was.
  • Best Hiking App

    By mointainshine
    After several years of using this app, I am amazed at how it totally defines the hiking experience. And beyond all other apps it easily creates gpx and kmz files to use on Google Earth and other uses. Very easy to transfer files to CPU’s and apple products.
  • No Phone X support

    By sfla99
    Nice app, I actually bought this accidentally when a friend had recommended it and I was looking but I wish they would update the app to support the new devices, you lose a good portion of the screen real estate in its current form. Will wait to see if the app still has developer support and then update my review.
  • No complaints!

    By Blake pollard
    Somewhat cumbersome at first, but once down it’s great.
  • Best location app available. I’ve been using it for years.

    By Smd11873
    I been looking into using GPS on smart phones since the very beginning. Motion X in my opinion is the best available for the iPhone. With that said, it’s been the same exact app for many years and it’s a little disappointing that motion X has not added any tools or features to document your journeys. I see so many companies do this and. When you’re out ahead of everyone and doing something better than everyone else in. Be smart and Capitalize while you have the advantage. New GPS apps are creeping up and getting closer in functionality and user experience. Don’t be jawbone. Start developing now while you’re still the best.
  • Great GPS App

    By ffearless
    This is a very versatile easy to use app. It is well worth the money.