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Package Name: com.emacberry.gpslogger

Developer: emacberry.com

Category: Free Health & Fitness Apps

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Version: 2.0.0.75

Requirements: Android 14 and above

File Size: 9.1M

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GPSLogger II - AIO

The all in one GPS Tracking and offline Map solution - all for free & without in app advertisements

GPSLogger II is a pretty straightforward application that can record your GPS based location over the time. Initially developed for the BlackBerry platform (started 2009) the functionality have grown constantly over the time. Even this is the first release for Android you can expect an package that is suitable for all kind of activities, include outdoor navigation, geo-caching or an easy to use car finder.

Beside the actual position (in WGS84) the application will record the time, speed, heading/course, altitude, accuracy (of the signal), number of satellites and (if enabled) the raw NMEA-data.

GPSLogger comes with plenty of settings which should allow you to adjust the application to your personal likings, starting with the selection between imperial, metric or nautical units or different location formats [DD.MM'ss.ms", DD.MMMMM, UTM (+Zone), MGRS or raw mode]. The speed can be toggled between km/h or 'Minutes per KM' (of course also as mph and Minutes per Mile).

There are ten different views (up to three of them can be displayed simultaneously) Each view have a specific use case and allows you to adjust the display information to your personal needs. You simply can switch between the different views by swiping left or right.

- OpenMapData View
Currently the following OpenMapData providers are supported: MapQuest OSM, MapQuest Open Aerial, Bing Maps|Satellite|Hybrid, esri World Street Map, esri World Topographic Map, OpenCycleMap, Outdoor (by OCM) and Landscape (by OCM) - also you can specify a custom tile-server URL, so you could just add your preferred local map data provider (please check the corresponding tile server usage policy).

Please note, that GPSLogger will request the map data only once - so it can work completely OFFLINE once that map data has been stored on your device (an additional free DesktopTool is also available).

- Path View
When you have no data connection (or have configured GPSLogger that no data should be transferred) the path view is a simply plot of your current logging path (or the navigation path - or the path data that you have loaded in the background)

- Direction View
By default your logging starting point will be the initial direction record. The Direction view points you into the direction of this navigation location and display all kind of additional information like the estimated time of arrival (based on your current speed/average speed), the relative speed to the target location (very useful for sailing) and of course the course to the target location.

When you are using GPSLogger for outdoor navigation the direction record will change dynamically based on your travelling progress and your specified outdoor navigation settings.

- Speed View, Elevation View, Compass View
Simple plot of your Speed/Elevation values over time and a Compass

- GPS CoreData View
Displaying the location and the current speed and course in the largest possible font on your device

The remaining other 3 views Navigation Direction, Navigation GPS Core Data and the Navigation Speed can be very useful when you make use of the extended outdoor navigation functionality - actually I have implemented them for my personal usage when I am riding with the MTB. See http://www.emacberry.com/gpsl/nav/nav002.html for details.

Core Functions:
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o GPSLogger
o Speedometer
o CarFinder
o Outdoor Navigation
o GeoCaching and Waypoint Management
o AutoEmergency Alert
o Import and Export of KML or GPX
o 100% OFFLINE
o Support for "Shimano Di2®"

REQUIREMENTS
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o An Android® device with a build in GPS Antenna (or a active & already paired Bluethooth GPS-Puck)
o Use GPSLogger II outdoors - The reception of the GPS signal inside a building can be very bad or even not available at all.
o Permission

Feedback & Support via our Forum @ http://forum.emacberry.com/viewforum.php?f=198
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Comments

  • user vn2000 apkdeer profile image
    3 months ago vn2000

    Fantastic APP ! Much more accurate than latest Garmin units, Well done !

  • user Brian Pritchard apkdeer profile image
    5 months ago Brian Pritchard

    Hi Emac seen your reply - thank you. I have prepared a backup zip but cannot find your email address. I tried GPSLogger on a new Alcatel 3 mobile and I get the same problem - no data stored only the track is drawn. Now once getting path has no data. App is on internal memory and data \"saved\" internally. Xperia L1. Previously worked. No change to config.

  • user Naser Tabatabai Vakili apkdeer profile image
    1 year ago Naser Tabatabai Vakili

    This is best app that I've used to track my trips, suitable for off-road and road tracks, with many features \u0026 settings ... but would be better if it can handle multi element KML files and can load more then one waypoint at a time. Thanks a lot.....

  • user David Sum apkdeer profile image
    1 year ago David Sum

    Lightweight and stable app. I have it on both my Blackberry Q10 and android. Will test more outdoor in the woods.

  • user Paul Dawson apkdeer profile image
    1 year ago Paul Dawson

    This is an absolutely brilliant app. Great for navigation, for tracking, \nand all off line, and no adverts. What more could you want?

  • user Lodewikus Botha apkdeer profile image
    2 years ago Lodewikus Botha

    Heel Goed

  • user Craig Higgins apkdeer profile image
    2 years ago Craig Higgins

    Its great for hiking or hunting. Even with no cell service, and it has NO ADS!

  • user Donald W. Meyers apkdeer profile image
    2 years ago Donald W. Meyers

    I can't find the export to email option.

  • user Rio Wong apkdeer profile image
    2 years ago Rio Wong

    Can't dig so deep to find the exported GPX file. Where is it? Could it be customized or saved in a folder under root of emulated internal storage? Could it be automatically exported for convenience once it's stopped recording? Wish to easily open the GPX file in other local GPX viewer apps for other purpose since the given share function always doesn't work. Wish to see the speed colors of different parts of a track in this app.

  • user wawan kurniawan apkdeer profile image
    3 years ago wawan kurniawan

    Can't save to SD