nqnguyen2 · Mar 22, 2010 at 03:13 pm

GPS2day updated to v1.0.8

s_v_l has released an update for his GPS2day application for this month. For those of you that are unfamiliar with his application check out the list of great features:

  • Current geographical coordinates (latitude, longitude)
  • Course and speed
  • Some information about satellites and fix type
  • Altitude value when fix is equal to the 3D
  • Exact current date and time from the satellite atomic clock
  • And battery life state which is important when you using GPS device

Additional Features:

  • Metric and U.S. (Imperial) units support
  • Automatic language and units selection according to the user’s regional settings

Continue on to the application thread.


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