It’s been almost a year since my last update to GeoCorder, which is a handy little tool to quickly record GPS tracks and mail them to yourself for viewing in Google Earth or geotagging photos. It’s a very simple tool which I wrote to get GPX tracks for my own testing. If you believe the reviewers it serves it’s purpose very well
Since then SDK 3.0 was released and with it the possibility of sending attachments in E-Mails. Before that time I had to resort to sending the files via my own web server, but with this update this is now no longer necessary. And lately some reviewers started to complain about this old mode so I finally found a day to sit down and polish it up, fulfilling all the reviewer’s requests.
- NEW: Set a distance filter to conserve battery life
- NEW: Export via E-Mail now uses InApp E-Mail (if available)
- InApp E-Mail: optional compression of sent GPX files
- InApp E-Mail: GPX file now named with timestamp
- German localization
- Minor UI tweaks
The update covers GeoCorder and GeoCorder [FREE] and has been submitted to Apple for approval.
UPDATE: 29 hours later the update(s) are through the review process. That’s new record for me.