Crumbs!™ lets you see at glance where you are on a simple map, on your Garmin Vivoactive, Vivoactive HR, Forerunner 230, 235, 630, 735XT, or 920XT, Fenix 3, Fenix 3 HR, Fenix Chronos, D2 Bravo, D2 Bravo Titanium or Epix GPS watch watch.
Crumbs! is a Connect IQ widget that offers some of the map display features of our more comprehensive dwMap route map watch app, but is just a simple swipe or button push away from your watch face. Widgets launch quickly, show you a small piece of information, then close again. When you open Crumbs! it will try to get a GPS signal and once it has a fix it will show your position and direction of travel, and add a breadcrumb every second to its map.
Map points are only added while the widget is open, but the idea is that you can open the widget from time to time as you move and each time it will add a few more breadcrumbs, giving you a picture of where you have been. The first point saved, your start point perhaps, will be marked with a red square, and you can drop 9 more waypoints to mark places on your path.
Again, a widget like Crumbs! can offer a convenient but limited map capability, and a much more feature-rich experience is offered by our dwMap watch app. dwMap lets you create routes using simple web-based tools and send them to your watch to view and follow. More information on dwMap.
Crumbs! is widget for the following Garmin GPS watches:
The Vivoactive is a very popular choice. Unlike other smartwatches, these Garmin models have true GPS capability built-in (leave your phone at home while you work out if you want), are very rugged, and get days (not hours) of use between charges. All are available from Amazon.com and your local outdoors stores.
Crumbs! is intended to be a quick "location awareness" tool. Comprehensive route planning, mapping and sharing for your Garmin watch is available in our popular dwMap Garmin watch app. dwMap lets cyclists, runners and hikers download and follow a route map on their GPS watch. Use our simple yet powerful Route Planner to create and edit routes, with automatic routing along trails and roads, or import routes from popular sites like Strava, Garmin Connect, Ride with GPS and MapMyRun.