I’m happy to report that version 3 of GpsTracker has shipped. This is a major change and the application now supports tracking of android, ios, windows phone and java me/j2me cell phones using google maps. What the application does is track cell phones periodically using gps, wifi and/or cell towers. It allows you to track a phone every minute or every 5 minutes or whatever you want and display it on a google map. You can view the tracking in real time or view previously saved routes.
The software is open source and MIT licensed. It took me a couple of months to write the new phone clients and this is now my full time job. Please donate with the button on the right if this software is useful to you and I hope you enjoy it.
I have put the software in 2 places, on github of course:
and on sourceforge:
I’m keeping the sourceforge account up to date because it still gets a lot of traffic, around 7,000 downloads a week. If you want the very latest then go to my github account, I am making commits daily.
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