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Old July 21st, 2013, 08:38 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Screech View Post
For any real GPS precision I would recommend a BT GPS puck. I have a Qstar 818XT that is 5hz or 10hz switchable. Problem is you'll need to find a running app that support a BT GPS. I know of some for racing apps when in my car.
Hi Screech: Thanks for the reply. I had an iPhone 3gs before I started using this Galaxy s4 a week ago for about 4 years. Used the same program (RunKeeper) and for a 3.1 mile run, it would read 3.1 or 3.2 miles. It was very accurate. On the map trail there were very few wavering lines. It tracked very well.

I will do some checking on this Qstar you are talking about.

Thank you very much.
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