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.
Making progress. The windows phone cell phone tracker is now complete and is fully operational with the test website on websmithing. You can find the source code here on github:
I just wanted to let people know that I have been working on the google maps gps tracker for android and iphone. This will allow people to track their android or iphone and store routes. This can be very helpful for companies that need to track employees and see where an employee has been or […]
I was recently working on a project for a client and needed to sync up a catalog app on an iphone with data and images on the internet. The client wanted to be able to update the catalog on the internet and then have the iphone app automatically sync up. I’ve put the project on […]
Recently, I needed to update an activity in Android with data I gathered from a background Service. I couldn’t find any decent examples on the web or StackOverflow, so I decided to put one together. I really like when someone has a complete working sample, so I will provide that as well you can download […]
I’ve taken the open source GPS cell phone tracker and rewrote it so that it works with Android cell phones. Since I wrote the original tracker, I’ve had many people who are not developers ask me how they can track their cell phone. So I created a website that allows people to do that. You […]
I’m happy to announce that the test webpage for the Google GPS Cell Phone Tracker is now operational. You can test your cell phone tracker using this app!