Tracking And Navigating

There are many mobile phone apps that will help you get around and track your scooter journeys. Some just help you to navigate your way, while others record a number of parameters (eg. distance, speed, time) that you can save and review afterwards. Below a list of popular apps used in our community. They all require GPS enabled devices and are available for IOS and Android users. 


This is probably the most common and up to date app to navigate your way to your destination. Since electric scooters are not allowed on the roads in Singapore you will have to  set it to pedestrian mode (cycling mode is not enabled locally) for best route suggestions. Selecting pedestrian mode ensures that footpaths and park connectors are chosen for the route suggestions. 

Made by a local developer for the Singapore e-scooter community. Includes special features park connectors and gives out audio and visual speed alerts when your speed exceeds 25 Km/h.

Second most popular app in our community. Clear and simple interface with the most important functions. Allows you to switch between map and speedometer screens.

Similar functionality to Openrider using a minimal but different user interface.

A feature packed tracking app that is known for it's high GPS accuracy. Don't get this if you want your apps to be minimal :) 

This is actually an overlay for Google Maps, set up and maintained by a member of our community. It contains features like PCN networks, scooter repair and sales, scooter rental, charging points and generally scoot friendly routes and establishments.

NOTE: Any GPS app is only as good as the hardware that it's installed on. There are a number of reasons why a GPS signal can be weak resulting in inaccurate readout. Here are some tips:

  1. Make sure your GPS is on – Although it sounds simple, check to make sure your GPS and location services are turned on. For the best results, have your GPS and location service on ahead of time as it can take as much as 15 minutes to get an accurate lock on the satellites you need.
  2. Make sure your phone and software are up to date – Update your phone and other software. Up to date software will often provide better results with less bugs.
  3. Remove your phone from the case – Phone cases/pouches can potentially interfere with GPS signal so for best results remove the phone from them.
  4. Clear line of sight – If you can’t see through it, GPS most likely won’t get through it. When trying to get a good GPS signal, make sure there is a clear, unobstructed view of the sky from your phone. Even your clothes/body can block GPS signal so hold your phone away from yourself and about shoulder height for best results.
  5. Avoid buildings and large solid objects – Large buildings and other objects nearby can block or alter GPS signals resulting in poor or incorrect results.
  6. Keep your battery charged – The lower your phone’s battery is, the harder it is to get good location results- so keep your battery charged when possible.
  7. Avoid 3rd party task killers – Task killers may sometimes interfere with your phone’s location services, causing delayed or inaccurate location data.
  8. Avoid metal and electronic interference – Metal objects- especially titanium and steel, as well as electronics can cause interference with your phone’s GPS signal when too close to your phone so move away from these objects if possible.