Bubbler GPS is a secure personal location manager for phones and tablets, which allows you to store and share your travel memories via SpotWalla.com (http://SpotWalla.com/). Whether you are riding the highways, exploring the back country, or are dipping your line in search of the big one, Bubbler GPS has you covered. This version supports track points and messages. Pictures are only supported in the Pro version. This version supports track points at a minimum of every 15 minutes.
This application is for personal use only and may not be used for commercial purposes. If you wish to use this for commercial purposes, please contact the developer at BubblerGPS@gmail.com.
*Please note* You MUST have "Web API" enabled for your "device" in SpotWalla.com to be able to use it with Bubbler GPS. Please do not re-use an existing SpotWalla.com device, create a new one dedicated to Bubbler GPS. To enable "Web API", go to http://SpotWall.com and log in. Select "Devices from the top. Create a new device with the "Bubbler GPS" device type. Once the device is created, click on the device you just created, and choose "Web API" from the menu that pops up. Choose "Enable".
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at BubblerGPS@gmail.com. We will work with you to resolve any issues you may have. We have added support documentation and information on our Facebook page. Be sure to visit the notes section.
We now have a Google Group to allow users to receive announcements, and receive and give support. You may join this group via the following link: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/bubblergps
Please contact us at BubblerGPS@gmail.com for assistance, prior to leaving any negative feedback. We will get back to you as soon as possible and get your issue resolved. Thank you.
**Attention Blackberry OS10 users** It is reported that Bubbler GPS will install, and function, on BB OS10. HOWEVER, Blackberry does not support tracking when your screen is off/locked for Android applications. Bubbler GPS is reported to run correctly if the screen is kept on (perhaps with another native BB mapping program). This behavior appears to be by design on BlackBerry's part.