LocationAware v0.3 for Winmo
Ever switched your phone to silent mode or vibrate mode whilst at work? And then forget to switch back and discover loads of missed calls? Well, LocationAware is an automatic profile switcher for Windows Mobile, developed by XDA forum member mohitsapru.
It works based off data received from GSM signals so most windows mobile devices should be able to use this app. The app gathers location information and the volume settings on your device. The app then runs at set time intervals (configurable) to check for a new location, prompting whenever a new location is found. The database grows as you use the application.
Originally posted by mohitsapru
- Battery Friendly, No active background process
- No GPS needed
- User configurable interval to check for location
- Can save settings automatically in v0.3
Also available is PCBuddy which is used to plot all the collected points by LocationAware on googlemaps. Requires GSM network and .Net CF 3.5
To download the cab and for more information, check out the application thread.
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