- Record activities and send them to TrailRunner for analysis and journaling in the diary.
- Plan a route in TrailRunner, send the track to RaceBunny and follow the course.
- Select between different background map types like Google Satellite, Google Terrain, OpenStreetMap and OpenCycleMap
- GPS location recoding is being done using multitasking resulting in high resolution recoding data.
- On devices supporting app switching with multitasking, GPS recoding keeps running even when RaceBunny is running in the background.
To use RaceBunny, follow these steps in TrailRunner:
- Go to Preferences > Synchronize and set RaceBunny as the iPhone partner application.
To send routes to RaceBunny
- In the main document window, click the iPhone icon and in the left pane select the send-tab.
- Start RaceBunny on the iPhone.
- Select a route in TrailRunner and click the send button.
- The selected route is being transferred to RaceBunny and is added to the list of routes.
To receive completed activities from RaceBunny
- In the main document window, press the iPhone icon and in the left pane select the import-tab.
- In RaceBunny tap on the tracks button, select an activity and tap on the Send button.
- TrailRunner will open the import pane. Add additional comments and import the activity to your diary.
- To exchange data between TrailRunner and RaceBunny a domestic WiFi connection is being required.
- RaceBunny keeps recording your GPS location in the background. This works only on devices with multitasking support and this may also increase your battery consumption.
Download RaceBunny for free from the app store:
Unfortunately that hinders me to further support Mac OS 10.6 because apple ceased that support for my configuration.
I don't like that but it's time to move on.