Live tracking startup procedure is very cumbersome in real life
The procedure for starting up live tracking is very cumbersome when network reception is spotty. After you press the green button, Locus makes you stare at a "Working..." requester for twenty seconds. When you're out of luck, it throws some "unknown errors" or "handshake errors" in your face and refuses to start live tracking. Which means you can go through the whole procedure again after cycling/hiking/whatevering a few minutes. And then again. And again. And again. This is not a theoretical complaint but happened to me on 4 out of 10 days cycling in the alps.
I really cannot see a reason for this complex startup procedure, it's just a major nuisance. Enabling live tracking should simply be an instant on/off checkmark. No "startup procedure" please... no handshakes... no networking... no waiting... no nothing. If points go through, all is fine. If not, all is fine as well... it will start working sooner or later and Locus will notify me anyway of failed attempts. There's nothing the user can do about errors anyway in his current location, so why intentionally bother him and force him to repeated manual retries?