GPSTrack allows you to use the GPS receiver in your iPhone or iPad to show your current location and create a log of your travels.
With iOS 4, GPSTrack can record your location in the background, so you can continue to use your iPhone for other tasks while your location is recorded.
When recording a track, GPSTrack can show a map with your path, updated in real-time.
Saved tracks can be exported via e-mail in GPX and KML formats, useful if you want to geotag photos from a camera that doesn’t have GPS support.
GPSTrack works with the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad WiFi + 3G, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G, and requires iOS 4.0 or later. Background tracking does not work with the iPhone 3G.
Changes in GPSTrack 2.0
* iPad support
* Long-tapping on the current coordinates allows you to copy to the clipboard
* Start the map view sightly more zoomed out.
* Add button to toggle autoscale.
* Add confirmation alert on track delete
* Button to make track fill the screen
* Set nav title to name of track
* Move all settings into the application
* Add default email address for track export
* Map could show in the middle of the ocean when tracking if the first gps location had not been logged yet.
* Map: Don’t update the track when not actually tracking.
* Map: Was adding the pin points when it shouldn’t have been (when the track did not have start/end locations)
* Pause button could sometimes disappear.