I have searched a number of times in the past and haven't found anything I thought would work better than what I have. This time, when I searched for Equine apps, I found EquiTracks.
I love this app. If you are tracking mileage or trail rides or workouts, this is the app to have.
You can find it here: http://appcrawlr.com/app/show/1120460 and it comes for iPhone, Android and Windows phone.
I used it the first time yesterday and my results rock!!
This is the opening screen. The app allows the option of working and tracking more than one horse. The speed button at the top will tell you how quickly you are moving at the time you look at it. I was standing still when I finished the ride. I'm not sure I am good enough to be traveling at speed and check my phone at the same time.
Very nice map feature.
It auto-filled the weather and location based on GPS coordinates. I added the ground conditions (which have limited options) but then I could add notes to the ride so if we ride this trail in the future, I can refer back to the things we experienced when planning the ride. I absolutely love this part of the app. And, you can link to the map of your ride.
It allows you to post the ride report to your FB or Twitter account.
It will keep an accumulated history of your rides (of which I only have one), and track the above items on an all rides basis.
What makes this really awesome, is the customizable programs you can build into your app. You set up what you want to do in the arena for the length of either time or mileage, and turn it on. The app will alert you when you should change what you are doing. So, if I wanted to work on trot-canter transitions for five minutes, I could set that up as an alert to let me know when I had reached that threshold.
You can set up multiple programs.
This app is a five star app. The only thing I would want to add is an elevation loss/gain tracker for our region. All of our trails are up and down and that contributes to the use of energy. It would just be good to be able to see that as well. Otherwise, this app was completely worth the $4 I paid for it. It was obviously designed by someone who rides.