CyberTracker is software from a South African non-profit company, CyberTracker Conservation, that develops handheld data capture solutions.
The software was first developed as a way to allow illiterate animal trackers to communicate their environmental observations. A prototype was used in 2002 to record details of animals killed in an outbreak of ebola. It has since evolved to become a general purpose data capture and visualization system. However, it retains the ability to be used by illiterate and low-literate users.
CyberTracker's primary user base is wildlife biologists, conservationists and disaster relief workers.
SMART Collect and SMART Connect are now available! This allows SMART users to capture data.
Updates and fixes to EarthRanger.
Miscellaneous cosmetic fixes and improvements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.