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This app can record and draw a route from your steps using a GPS

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This app can record and draw a route from your steps using a GPS receiver.
It can also save the data from GPS and load them; Lazarus, SynaSer and OpenStreetMap service has been used.

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  • Read data from GPS whose supports NMEA protocol
  • Show where are you (Blue circle)
  • Draw a red line along the path you move trough
  • Save GGA data of the path (File -> Save)
  • Open GGA data saved before (File -> Open)
  • Clear GGA data with out saving (File -> New)
  • Ask to save when you close the app while you have data in the route


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