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is there an app that can calculate your current altitude?


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  1. tamzid

    tamzid New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Need a app that can do that... google earth for the pc gave good elevation based on where u placed your mouse on the map.... the map function unfortunately doesn't or if so... don't know how to access it :(
     

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  2. dkaufman1

    dkaufman1 Well-Known Member

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    Google has not released a Google Earth for Android yet. I figure they will at some point.
     
  3. ezcheese15

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    Try using Instamapper. It gives your current latitude, longitude, speed, heading, altitude, accuracy, and # of satellites. I've had it installed for about a day and a half so far and it seems to work really well.
     
  4. semach.the.monkey

    semach.the.monkey Active Member

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    orienteer does pretty much the same thing.

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  5. ezcheese15

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    True, I've got that installed as well. I like instamapper though because it actually tracks you and you can share your location with others either via facebook or an embedded map on a webpage.

    But for simply getting the altitude, orienteer probably is the better program. I just forgot about it :)
     

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