I’ve tried a bunch of Android cycling related apps: Cardio Trainer, Endomon, SatSportsLog, Sporty Pal and a couple of others long since deleted.
Some were better than others as a cycling app, but none outshine Google My Tracks. And it’s totally free!
Besides the usual speed/distance, I enjoy the altitude gained (very useful for north Georgia mountains). I also like the mile splits.
Of particular interest the the capability to save and upload maps to Google Maps. You can choose to share with the public or not.
My Trcks appears to do everything my friend’s iPhone Cyclemeter app does.
Note that I refer to my Sigma bike computer for info while riding. I check My Tracks at the end (and stop recording) for full ride info. Subsequently, I’ve been able to map local hills for routes of 26 miles with over 4000 feet of elevation gain, which is excellent training for upcoming mountain group event rides (Six Gap/Three Gap, Brasstown Bald Buster, etc.).
I’m part of the SportyPal team,
The Sportypal it’s available on the android market, and most of our users are using it for cycling.
The new version PRO will be out very soon.
It will be more professional with chance to ride on a selected track, find a proffered from our community http://www.sportypal.com/community/
and beat the record, or just create your own. Also the goal setting will be available… and many new features…