GPS Stone trip tracker is a GPX file generator. Display current GPS information, speed (max and average), position, distance, elevation, and shows on the map but also record all the trip information to review it in Google Earth.
GPS Stone records and exports all your trips to your main computer for geo-tagging/photo-tagging or trip management.
Follow your trip on the map in real time, or use the detailed view with the current speed, average speed, altitude, traveled distance, position accuracy, direction, and more!
Once back home, review where you have been at a given time, and for how long. It also works for sport activities, cycling, car, trekking… of course, it can be useful for any photo tour walk.
Additionally, GPS Stone can export the trip you’ve recorded in the standard GPX format. See your trip on Google Earth, or compatible software such as Atom GPS and GeoSetter for PC or HoudaGeo for Mac.
GPS Stone Trip Recorder can:
• Record and date your trip
• Show live path on the map
• Auto-restart recording after a phone call
• Check your instant, max, and average speed
• View the distance, altitude, GPS accuracy
• GPS coordonnates
• Compass to see your current direction
• Delete and rename any trip
• Units: mph or km/h
• Fine tuning of log details and file size
• Send GPX by mail
This application use background mode, continued use of GPS can dramatically decrease battery life.
Add an option to warn before stopping or pausing the recording.
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect for tagging pictures
This is exactly what I needed to tag my pictures from my DSLR. Tested it out in my pocket and it was dead on and ran in the background on my iPhone 4.
GPX export not recognized by Garmin Basecamp
Basically that makes this app useless. You can record, sure...but you can’t then use that recording in anything else.
On second attempt at geotagging I set the app to record as I drove along an interstate highway. About midway I stopped in a small town adjacent to the highway where I took a few photos. The recorded track just continued straight along the highway and did not show any deviation and did not capture any of the photos for geotagging. Checking the times along the recorder route there is a 40 minute lapse and it was within that lapse that I exited to the small town and shot some photos. The photos themselves contain the time stamp when they were shot. I did not touch the iphone at any time during the recording. Any ideas???
In my first attempt at geotagging I paused the recording midway for a few minutes. The recorded map on the iphone did show the entire trip - before and after the pause. However when I emailed the file to my computer the only portion of the recording was after the pause - so lost any geotagging prior to the pause.
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Francois Lamboley
- 21.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2016-2020 François Lamboley
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.