GPS Averaging App & new Version

Have you ever tried to get exact coordinates with your iPhone, like for placing your next tupper? If yes, you may know how hard this is without a averaging function.

Today my third app was released! With it you can record coordinates every second, jumps will be filtered out automatically. For each station you can make several measures which will be averaged.

One of my beta testers compared it to his GPSr and get nearly the same locations. I wish you pleasure by placing your next Geocache.

Here is a link to the AppStore: GPS Averaging

 

Also the version 2.0.2 of Looking4Cache is in review by Apple. In this version the current known bugs will (hopefully) been solved. Also there will be a surprise function that was frequently requested in the last weeks.

10 Comments on “GPS Averaging App & new Version

  1. Richard

    Is there an instruction manual for the GPS Averaging app?
    I just bought it. It seems intuitive at first, but then it gets all different colored x’s and other things that need explaining.
    Thanks!

    • Thorsten

      I will add a manual in the next version, also for things around the app like best practices.

      The red X means a measure point which is deactivated (unchecked in the list). This measure point is not used for the calculation.

  2. Richard

    Thanks! How can I clear past averagings off the list?

    • Thorsten

      Just swipe it 😉

  3. Greg

    Just downloaded this app on my iPhone 5c running the latest iOS 8. No map ever appears even after trying different ones and after collecting coordinates for over a minute the result was a bunch of zeros.

    The app is completely broken.

    • Thorsten

      Can you go to the iOS settings and check if “GPS Averaging” is allowed to access your location? Sounds like this right is missing.

  4. smy

    Hello

    GPS Averaging hasn’t been updated for a while. Is it working fine on iOS 10/iPhone 7 ?

    Thank you

    • Thorsten

      Hello,

      it just runs, so there was no cause to perform a update. The UI is upscaled on bigger screens, but the measurement of coordinates works well.

      Best, Thorsten

    • Thorsten

      Hi,

      yes, it´s working fine also in the new iOS versions.

      Best, Thorsten

  5. smy

    Ok, thank you Thorsten

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