Recording tracks in Locus Map is one of the core functions. Technically it is continuous saving of a chain of trackpoints - places that are marked by unique GPS coordinates - which are sort of breadcrumbs that user leaves behind when moving. The density of trackpoints/breadcrumbs can be pre-defined in recording profiles and varies according to used activity - walk, run, biking or driving by car. The faster is the activity, the less dense are trackpoints and the longer is the supposed traveled distance.
Tracks recordings are saved, stored in folder, can be sorted, filtered or edited later as can be seen in Track Management chapter >>. The track can be turned into a route to navigate you or just guide along its line.
Locus Map Pro users can start track recording comfortably and quickly from the track recording widget