The GPS Screen displays the total odometer in very large digits. It's independent of the trip odometer.
- Swipe Left (one finger, right-to-left), goes to the Speed Screen
- Swipe Right (one finger, left-to-right), goes to the Timer Screen
- Triple Tap (one finger, 3 times), goes to the Menu Screen
Units (top left)
The default unit of measurement is MPH (miles-per-hour). If you double tap on the displayed units, it will toggle through the other units: mph, km/h (kilometers-per-hour), and knots (nautical miles-per-hour). The speed will be converted according to the selected units.
Title (top center)
The screen title, GPS, displayed at the top so you can easily distinguish this screen from other screens.
Reset Button (top right)
A double tap on the Reset button, will stop and then start Location Services.
GPS Data (middle center)
All data retrieved from Location Services and the internal GPS is displayed in the center of the screen.
The trip timer shows the elapsed time since the last trip timer reset. The trip timer can be reset either by a double tap on the reset button on the Dashboard Screen or by a double tap on the reset button on the Timer Screen.
iOS Version Only: A double tap on the trip timer will toggle back and forth between the trip timer and the GPS accuracy.
At the bottom right of most screens (except the Clock Screen), is a digital clock with the current time that is MUCH bigger than the clock in the status bar.
The current time format is based on the 24-Hour Time setting (on = 24 hour, off = 12 hour), from the Settings App (Settings->General->Date & Time).