The iPhone is an incredible piece of hardware that’s been a force for change in our lives for years.
But while it’s powerful, the iPhone’s capabilities don’t always feel like they’re being used.
The iPhone’s built-in GPS (gps) system lets you track your steps, speed, and altitude, but it’s not the same thing as GPS tracking.
A GPS tracker isn’t just a set of numbers.
GPS trackers are real-time tracking tools that let you see how your phone is using its GPS, and you can customize that tracking to meet your own needs.
We’ve covered how to customize your iPhone’s GPS to track you for a while now, but what’s even better than that is how it can be integrated into other apps and services.
Here are some tips to help you customize your GPS tracking in your apps.1.
Track your steps in apps like Garmin, Strava, and MapMyRun that are already tracking your steps2.
Track steps in other apps like Google Maps or Fitbit that are tracking your fitness level3.
Use a GPS tracking app that has built-ins for Google Maps, St.rava and MapmyRun that let your iPhone use GPS data to calculate your steps4.
Track time and distance in apps that track your distance from home to work or school5.
Track miles traveled in your commute or in the office6.
Track the time it takes you to reach your destination by GPS7.
Track how long it takes your phone to sync to a GPS station8.
Track location by the weather conditions and time of day9.
Track when you get home by GPS tracking10.
Track distance covered by the sun, moon, and planets11.
Track GPS tracking data by the time you leave your house for the day, night, or time of year12.
Track a GPS location in real time or even remotely from your phone with apps like MapMy Run or Garmin Connect13.
Track an individual’s heart rate, blood pressure, or glucose levels using an app like Garmin Connect 14.
Track calories burned in your workouts15.
Track blood pressure using an Apple Watch app like Nike Fuelband or Fitbits app16.
Track sleep patterns and sleep patterns using Fitbits Sleep app17.
Track body temperature using an iPhone app like Polar Boot or FitBit DashClock18.
Track heart rate using an Android app like Jawbone UP3, Jawbone Up, or Jawbone Touch app19.
Track water levels using Fitbit Water meter 20.
Track temperature with an iPhone or Android app with apps for Samsung and LG devices21.
Track altitude using an iOS app like Hike or MapMyTrack22.
Track air temperature using a GPS device or an Apple TV remote23.
Track precipitation using a Weather app24.
Track sun, weather, and cloud cover with an Apple App Store app like AirPods or iWatch app25.
Track humidity using an Amazon Echo or Amazon Fire TV remote26.
Track noise from your home or office with an Android App that uses a GPS receiver27.
Track phone calls using an App for Microsoft Windows or iOS 28.
Track music with an App that runs on your iPhone or iPad29.
Track weather in real-estate using an iPad app like Weather.com30.
Track what you wear and how you interact with it using an outdoor app like Apple Watch or Microsoft Windows 31.
Track health using an Alexa or Nest thermostat app that uses an iPhone sensor or a Google app32.
Track activity using a Fitbit Activity Tracker app33.
Track workouts with a Garmin Connect fitness tracker34.
Track exercise, nutrition, and sleep with a Fitbits Running Tracker app35.
Track home and work with an app that is available on the Apple Appstore or Android Appstore36.
Track personal information like your credit card numbers, passwords, and other personal data with an application like Fitbit Connect or FitBits app 37.
Track travel with a virtual reality headset like Oculus Rift or HTC Vive 38.
Track social media with an Instagram or Facebook app that integrates with the iPhone app39.
Track games with an Oculus Rift app or HTC VR app40.
Track fitness with an HTC Fitbit or Nike FuelBand app 41.
Track food with an online app like Food Diary 42.
Track weight loss with an Amazon Appstore app or Google Play store app 43.
Track stress with an Xbox app that supports voice commands44.
Track work, travel, and home with an iPad or Google Pixel app45.
Track events and milestones with a Google or Microsoft Exchange calendar app46.
Track smart home devices like smart thermostats, smart locks, and smart home sensors with an iOS or Android mobile app47.
Track outdoor activities with an outdoor video game app like Unreal Engine 448.
Track activities like hiking or biking with an indoor video game like Unreal Unreal Engine 48.
Track family time using an iTunes app like i