Track@Way 3.x is a fully rewritten port of Track@Way 2.x using Qt 5 and QML on the Android platform. This is a native build (as far as Qt is native on Android) and so far works great, albeit not all features are yet supported. Instead, Track@Way 2.x has been written originally for the Nokia S60v5 platform and has been working on Android (up to 4.4.3) thanks to the great Necessitas Qt port to Android, Unfortunately, due to a bug introduced by Google in Android 5, it stopped working.
So, to summarize:
- On Android 2.3 - 4.4.3, use Track@Way 2, which will require to install Ministro and the Qt 4 libraries.
- On newer Android, 5.0 up to latest Nougat, use the beta releases of Track@Way 3 which so far works even better than the old 2.x releases.
It is reported to be working on at least the following families of devices:
- Samsung Galaxy phones (S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, Note2/3/4/7, Duo and Mini's...)
- 10' tablets (Asus TF700T, chinese clones)
- 7' tablets (Nexus 7, chinese clones, Amazon Fire...)
- Some low-end phones (like Ideos 810, older HTC)
- HTC One phones
- Various chinese clones including the Caesar 900
Honestly, it is not possible to redact a list. In general, it should work on any Android phone with at least 256mb of RAM and a 320x200 display. Track@Way 3 scales better on high-DPI displays, and can use huge RAM with much more efficiency.
Multitouch is not a requirement. 512mb of ram are recomended and at least 360x640 display is strongly recomended.