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Need help with testing 3D GPS application


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  1. jeling

    jeling New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey guys and gals,

    We are working on an application that is a "Black Box in a phone" Written only for Android at the moment, we have tested on T1 and Magic, and we are looking for people to help us test it in various circumstances.

    The app is designed for pilots and those that fly, tracks the phone in realtime and displays it on others phones and also in 3D on the website, GPS Logbooks - Home | Black Box Flight Recording, using only your Android cell phone.

    The app is now in the marketplace, so we are looking for pilots, navigators, glider pilots, balloonists, sky divers and anyone else who likes to fly to download the app and go flying. After that you can publish your flights and share them with others.

    Please note that your location data is visible to anyone on the site when you are flying live, so don't use it if you are somewhere that you don't want people to know about.

    The application is free to download.

    Cheers,

    James
     

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  2. jeling

    jeling New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey everyone,

    Thanks for those that have helped test gpslogbooks! We watched a pilot in Sweden a couple of days ago, and someone this morning took the application for a drive in Taiwan. We have been really excited about the number of countries that people have been us gpslogbooks in.

    There has been a minor update to the application, which makes it easier to watch people using the app on their phone. Now if there are people using the application, their usernames are pre populated into the application, so it is now much easier for people to find others that are out flying. Thanks for all the feedback and testing and please keep the feedback coming, it really helps us improve GPSlogbooks.

    Thanks again,

    James
     

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