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GPS2day – Light GPS Informer for Today Screen
XDA member s_v_l presents an interesting small tool to take advantage of your Windows Mobile device. GPS2day is a complete today screen plug-in for WM 5 and up. You can have important on screen information such as latitude, longitude, speed, course, altitude, among many others.
Updated version 1.0.10 adds support for Japanese and Serbian (Cyrillic, Latin) languages together with the full list from previous version.
We hope future versions include some visual changes as well.
Originally posted by s_v_l
[APP][18 Oct 2010][1.0.10]GPS2day – Light GPS informer for Today Screen
Current version 1.0.10
OS: Windows Mobile 5.x, 6.x
Languages: English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Spanish
GPS2day is a small Windows Mobile application designed as Today Screen plug-in.
It supports both metric and U.S. (Imperial) units and shows following information for users:
current geographical coordinates (latitude, longitude), speed, course, altitude,
some information about satellites, exact date and time, battery life status.
This is the useful personal informer in your mobile device.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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