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    Default Track app for lap times

    I'm looking for an Android app for my phone that will enable me to track my lap times etc... G's, revs and or speed would be a plus.
    Any suggestions? I figure it would be more cost effective than buying a transponder or paying for timing at every track event.....

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    I have used the trackmaster app. It works fine.

    To get mod accurate data an external GPS receiver is nice. I used a 5hz with the grandmaster app than supports external GPS with Bluetooth.
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    RaceChrono is my favorite on android. The free version gives you all the timing needs you might have, you can pay to upgrade to the pro version which will have gopro, obd2 and other external device integrations.
    Having an external bluetooth gps is pretty much a must if you want useful data and accurate timing.

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    Harry's Lap Timer app works pretty well. It won't show car info, but it does gather what it can from GPS info. I think it's like $14 on the app store or Google Play.

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    Another vote for Harry's, and you can overlay info onto a Go Pro video, which is cool.

    We also use CMS from Cantrell Motorsport, the free version of which does lap times, speed and g sensing pretty well. It has paid addons for data analysis, video overlay, CSV export and OBD2 data, but have not tried any of these.
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    racechrono > all on android devices.

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    I use Track Addict.
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    I believe you should buy a bluetooth GPS module, otherwise the time can be off 1/10 or so, at least from my experience.
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    I've enjoyed Harry's Lap timer. Haven't tried any others though. It provides data analysis for each lap. One page in particular I like displays vmax in the corners and straights. It's not perfect, but for $10 it's pretty good.
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