Monday, April 27, 2009


This tool retrieves GPS positions from a GPS device attached to a PDA. That information is later used for displaying tracks with Google Earth or Google Maps.

The program uses a server where your data is uploaded. If you don't have an Internet connection or you prefer not to use it, you can store your data locally on your PDA and upload it later when an Internet connection is available or you use ActiveSync. You can use my server (free of charge) for storing your data. TrackMe is already configured to use this server by default.


Ability to generate KML and GPX files that can be opened with any tool that supports that type of file.
Realtime tracking with Google Earth or Google Maps.
You can create and manage your own trips
No internet connection is needed when using TrackMe (Offline mode)
Ability to display your current position on your PDA
Geofence with SMS and email notifications
You can send your current position by email or sms to other person
Ability to upload pictures. TrackMe will extract the GPS information/Creation date (if any) from the pictures and it will match it with your existing GPS data
Search for closest user based on your last uploaded position
GPS powersave mode available
You can use your own server instead of my free server
Stealth mode
You can force updates with your own custom icon and comments.

Devices running Windows Mobile 5 or 6 (Pocket PC or Smartphones)
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Internal or bluetooth GPS.


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