Using a smartphone for navigation while driving in rain can get quite annoying if raindrops are causing “ghost inputs” if they hit and run down the display. The device can get pretty unusable then (depending in the mounting position).
It would be a great relief if there was a possibilty to lock inputs by switching Kurvigers app in a special “rain mode”. For example this could be done by long pressing the menu button and then show a dialog to confirm locking / unlocking the display for inputs (very unlikely that this operation will be performed accidentially by raindrops). Additionaly the volume keys could be used to lock / unlock inputs.
This would really help to use the smartphone and Kurviger app in rainy conditions. While driving you wouldn’t fiddle around on the display anyhow (especially if it’s raining) and it would absolutely OK to be forced to quickly unlock input while standing still (and maybe covering the smartphone against rain) to make necessary inputs.
BTW: the TomTom Rider 4xx/5xx devices have the same problem because they use a capacitive display (in my opinion quite a silly decision for a motocycle navigation device).
Tip: meanwhile I use “Touch Blocker” (by Argotronic) to block inputs. This app works quite well on my old Moto G 3rd Gen (running on Android 6) which I use as my motocycle navigation device but it seems to have functional drawbacks on newer Android versions so a built in solution in the Kurviger app would probably be the better solution.