Slow position update when display is turned on
Like most users, I have the display turned OFF during track recording to save energy. When I turn it ON to look at the map, Locus first displays the OLD position (where I was when I turned off the display). Only after some delay (half a second to a few seconds) it moves the map to the CURRENT position. That is a bit unfortunate, because it makes me stare at a wrong position for a while.
It would be nice if Locus INSTANTLY displayed the CURRENT position when the display is turned on.
I expect this is because Locus simply waits for the next GPS fix to update the map position. A better strategy might be to always remember the last current position when the display is off and redraw the map immediately when turned on. This will prevent staring at a screen which might be kilometers away. Obviously, that method can only be used when the GPS is enabled, like when recording a track.