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c:geo ~ geocaching for Android

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

c:geo is simple yet powerful unofficial geocaching client for Android devices. In contrast with other similar applications, c:geo doesn't require web browser nor exports. You can just go geocaching with your phone and without any home preparation or worries. Of course, you can go without paying - it's free.

36.5K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 6 years since last commit

10 users on Open Hub

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geotoad

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  Analyzed almost 2 years ago

What is it?GeoToad is a tool for serious geocachers. It lets you make advanced queries to find the perfect caches to hit on your day out, and export them to any imaginable format. Here is what it can do: On-demand queries for geocaches based on 15 different constraints: query type, distance ... [More] , difficulty, terrain, fun factor, size, type, unfound, travel-bug, cache age, last found date, title, description, found by, cache creator. Outputs cache listing and details to HTML, GPX, CSV, VCF, Text, Ozi, MXF, Tiger, GPSPoint, etc. Integrated with GPSBabel to output to Google Earth (KML), and dozens of other formats. Optional automatic waypoint names like "TEDSGRILL" instead of "GC5042" Runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and other UNIX flavors! It's Opensource! GeoToad has been around since 2002, and is written using the Ruby Programming Language. We're looking for new people to join in and help develop and maintain the code. If you're interested, contact us! Screenshot News2010-01-25 - GeoToad 3.10.2 was released with the following changes: Truncate output filenames longer than 220 characters Fix crash if a search has no results Don't crash the progressbar if @value is nil 2010-01-25 - GeoToad 3.10.1 was released with the following changes: Additional Waypoints table now included in HTML, GPX, and KML output Fix title parsing for caches with a parenthesis in the name Fix bugs in "last found" time parsing Fix travelbug parsing 2010-01-24 - GeoToad 3.10 was released with the following changes: New location search type, uses Google Maps to resolve search terms HTML, GPX, and KML output now includes full HTML descriptions html-decrypt and text-decrypt modes were deprecated Backspace should now work properly on Linux Compatible with latest changes (2010-01) to geocaching.com [Less]

6.37K lines of code

1 current contributors

about 2 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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GeoBeagle

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

What it does: Find nearest geocaches and letterboxes and track them down with Radar.

35.6K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 6 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Geopoke

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Simple desktop application for collating lists of Geocaches, producing a map, and sending co-ordinates to a Garmin GPS.

2.24K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 4 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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GeoGPXParser

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

This program is great for analyzing your My Finds Pocket Query files from Geocaching.com. You can also use the program to create a printable web page of the caches in a certain area, to be carried with you as a reference. You can drag and drop those caches into different order, and you can hide the ... [More] data that you don't need. In addition to the file about individual caches a couple of statistics files are generated: one about the owners of the caches and another about the countries of the caches. This will allow you to track your progress on various challenges. [Less]

2.6K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 2 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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vataviamap

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

VataviaMap comes in two versions: Desktop and MobileFeatures in Both Versions Choice of map service (OpenStreetMap, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth) Displays GPS tracks from .gpx files Displays points of interest such as geocaches from .gpx or .loc files After viewing an area once, caching makes ... [More] viewing that same area again very fast Pan by dragging map or arrow keys Find buddies who are uploading their positions Multi-threaded so user interface remains responsive while downloading maps VataviaMap Desktop Download latest executable This is not a package, just download and run. (requires .Net framework version 2.0 or later.) Designed for use on desktop or laptop computers with mouse or trackpad Zoom with scroll wheel or Zoom menu Open .gpx or .loc files by dragging files onto map or File/Add Layer menu Automatically pan and zoom to extents of new layer Save current view as .png Open web browser with OpenStreetMap zoomed to current location Open JOSM (OpenStreetMap editor) with current .gpx file(s) Developed and tested on Windows TODO: test on MacOS X via Mono TODO: test on Linux via Mono VataviaMap Mobile Download latest CAB installer Designed for Windows Mobile 5 or 6 devices. Can record cell tower ID on devices with active GSM phone Devices with access to a GPS can use GPS Features: Current position can be marked on the map Map can be scrolled automatically to keep current position in view Track of journey can be recorded to .gpx file Can send current position to a web site Tested devices: Developed using AT&T Tilt Tested on AT&T Fuze (high screen resolution makes map details smaller) Test results on other devices are welcome The barcode below leads to the mobile installer. Point your mobile browser at www.i-nigma.mobi to get a free barcode reader. Source Code All source code is available as open source. VataviaMap is written using VB.Net. Most code is shared between both versions. VataviaMap Desktop is developed using the free Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition. VataviaMap Mobile is developed with Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition. Express Edition will not work. Also required is the Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK for Smartphone downloadable from Microsoft GPS_API is a C# library used to provide GPS and other Windows Mobile functions. GPS_API is based on example code from Microsoft named Microsoft.WindowsMobile.Samples.Location. The GPS Intermediate Driver, introduced in Windows Mobile 5, is used. This driver allows sharing of a GPS by multiple applications. A big change would be needed to support GPS devices that cannot be accessed through the intermediate driver. This project was formerly hosted on the MapWindow svn server under the name OSM_VBnet. Versions before 17 May 2009 may still be found there. [Less]

219K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 3 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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cachersdelight

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

CachersDelight is a free geocaching application for Android, focusing on an easy and fast user interface, support for online and offline use, helper tools especially for multi-caches and a seamless integration of the GCVote rating system.

539 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 7 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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geo-pointer

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

GeoPointer is a simple application for android that displays a compass, the coordinates of your current location, speed and so on. It allows you to enter target coordinates and shows an arrow that leads you to that target. Bearing and distance to the target location are also shown. Support for list of targets (or tracks) is planned

1.13K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 7 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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cacherat

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Manage geocache point from qgis.

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almost 7 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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Licenses: GPL-2.0+

needlestack

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This is a collection of a few different utilities used to manage geocache information. This software has a few different, separate functions: a. digest Digest is an XSLT transformation along with a tiny bit of extra Java code for digesting the GPX PQ files from Groundspeak in to a form more ... [More] palatable for the Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx. Among other things, it has a smart name feature for reducing cache names to something readable but packed in to a small amount of space. This is similar to the GSAK feature of the same name, but it tries to be clever about elminating vowels and things like that. b. hull Uses spherical geometry to compute the convex hull around a set of geodetic points on the surface of a sphere outputs the result as KML for viewing in Google Earth. c. fetch There is some Java code for downloading PQ data from GMail via POP3. This could be easily adapted to other POP3 providers. It could also be adapted for IMAP. c. other shell scripts There are a few other shell scripts that do some various other things, such as merging GPX PQ files with gpsbabel before digesting them. [Less]

3.04K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 9 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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