GreenAlp tracks your phone any time you have the
|Captured tracks of two riders on LA - Vegas 2014|
The tracking can also be turned off from your phone if you need to do a stop-over at Hooters during business hours (or other sticky moment...)
The Spot Tracker is pretty flawless, as long as it can see satellites. I only lost a couple positions in the Smokies and once in a CA canyon. But it's not free.
Now let's talk about an ap called GeoVerify. www.GeoVerify.com. This ap was created to give employees to verify that they had arrived at an assignment at a specific time. Sorta like a geo-timestamp. All it really offers is a way for you to
This would have been really handy when I was totally lost in Minneapolis using Google Maps and trying to reach the fairgrounds for BMW MOA last July. Google Maps had me going in circles around the Univ Minn campus about 6 blocks from the fairground. Another time was when friend Allen S drove to my place in IL from FL. He arrived at 11:00 PM and could only identify his location as "The McDonalds by the Shell Station." That narrowed it down to about 4 places in this college town... useless.
Let's watch the tech places for more and better options in the years to come!
Travel safe, Jeff