See the wireless networks around you, analyze signals or find the best channel for your Access Point with:
- Radar Scan
- Signal strength graph analyzer
- Channel analyzer
Following strong demand from users, the application became functional in background and you can, thus, be informed by the existence of a radar without having to open the application.
Also, a new feature has been incorporated to allow the user to project his speedometer and information, from the phone, directly on the windshield of his car. The content of the page is displayed in reverse due to the mirror effect.
Radar Tunisia, in its new version, features additional configuration parameters and a unique design especially with the super attractive speedometer.
The application is placed at your disposal to help you adopt a safe driving.
GCC was in many reviews, podcasts and tests on different geocaching sites. The feedback was allways really good. The ratings at the market emphasize this. So, give GCC a try! :)
You will find the full feature list and changelog on:
- Sun/Moon Rise/Set
- Easter Date
- Easter Years
- Shadow Calculator
Base16, 32, 64, 85 (en-/decode)
- CMY, CMYK, HEX, HSL, HSV, RGB, YIQ, YUV, YCBCR
- Intersection Bearing
- Intersection Distance/Radius (two)
- Intersection Distance/Radius (three)
- Intersection Circle
- Intersection Lines
e (Eulers number)
- own formulas and values
- many mathematical functions
GC Base 31 (en-/decode)
- SHA 160, 254, 384, 512
- SHA-3 224, 254, 384, 512
Kenny's Code (en-/decrypt)
Morse Code Translator
- Alchemical Symbols
- Ancient Egyptian Numbers
- Atbash / Caesar
- Bacon's cipher
- Chappe-Code (optical Telegraph)
- Code-Sun (mRNA)
- Dragon Runes
- Color Codes
- Finger Alphabet
- Flag Alphabet
- Freemasons Code
- Glagolitic Numerals
- Greek Numerals
- Lucky Numbers
- Hieratic Numbers
- Intergalactic Code
- Indian Numerals
- Japanese Numerals
- Klingon Language
- Krypton Language
- Mathematics and Physics Constants
- Modern Hylian
- Musical Notation System
- Periodic System
- Pipeline 3D
- Pixel Code
- Polybios Cipher
- POSTNET and PLANET
- Puzzle Code
- Segment Displays
- Sexagesimal System
- Spintype Alphabet
- Tom Tom
- Utopian Code
- Gypsy Signs
- Babylonian Numbers
- Barbier Alphabeth
- 8-Point Braille
- Sign Writing
- Greek Alphabet
- Lorm Alphabet
- Nießen Alphabet
- Shutter Telegraph
- Enochian Alphabet
- Space Invaders
- Dancing Man Code
- DTMF/MFV Signals
- Negate Bases
- Floating Point Numbers
One Time Pad
Periodic System of Elements
- Phone Number
- Vanity Code
- Input Keys
Phi (Golden Ratio)
- Is Prim
- Prime Factors
Rail Fence (en-/decrypt)
Resistor Color Code Calculator (4-Ring/5-Ring)
ROT5, 13, 18, 47
- 'E' Check
- 'D', 'N', 'φ' Calculator
- Prime Number Check
Tap Code (en-/decrypt)
Zuse Z22/CCIT2 (en-/decrypt)
- Four Themes
- Three Font Sizes
- Six Charsets
- Dynamic User-Interface
- English and german translation
- Fully integration of myGEOtools
- Complete offline usage
- No permissions on the device needed
- App 2 SD
- Tablet Ready
- Two Widgets
- Function Search
+++ Now up to 30 Caches +++
Near Geocaches always in view
30 near Caches (Pro Version)
See notifications of near Caches
Android Wear Support
Show only Geocache types you are interested in (Pro Version)
All near Caches on a Map
One click to show the nearest Cache
Low battery consumption
Geocaching Live Api
See found Caches
With the Geocaching Widget you have an overview over Caches near to you, no matter where you are. The Widget will update itself according to your setting but you can retrieve the nearest Caches anytime with just one click.
Thanks to the latest version of the Google Location-Api, there is no need for GPS. Nevertheless it is just as accurate. This means that your Geocaching Widget uses nearly no battery.
The standard version of the Geocaching Widget shows you the 3 caches which are nearest to you. There will also be Advertisements. If you are annoyed by the ads you can purchase the Pro Version any time via In-App-Billing.
In the Pro Version of the Geocaching Widget you are able to see up to 30 near Geocaches always on your Homescreen. Additionally there will be no Advertisements and you can choose which types of Caches you want to see. With the 24h Access you can enjoy the same advantages as with the Pro Version for 24 hours.
If you want more information about a Geocache, you can just click on it. There you will see all important information about a Geocache. From here you can open the official App or the browser. It is also possible to directly navigate to the Cache.
If you want to see the nearest Geocaches even faster, you can place the Geocaching Widget on your Lockscreen and stay up to date at any time (needs at least Android 4.2).
Android Wear support enables you to see near caches now on your Android Wear. Just enable notifications in the settings and you are good to go. If you do not own a Android Wear device, no problem, you can see the notifications too!
Have fun with your Geocaching Widget!
As usual with Smartphones, there are differences in location depending on connection and accessibility. In some cases the Browser will show an error if you try to log in at geocaching.com. If this is the case please clear cache and cookies in your Browser settings and try again Please use Chrome or the standard Browser. If the Widget does not show up in your Widgets section please restart your phone. For further help get in touch via email@example.com
Support & Forum: http://gdak.wolojoli.nl/forum
With GDAK you can create databases on your Android device and fill them with caches via the Geoacaching.com Live API. Just install GDAK, let GDAK create the necessary directories, press the menu button and choose for Create Database. You can create as many databases as you want, but one database will suffice for most users.
It is also possible to view and work with databases from GSAK, the Geocaching Swiss Army Knife application for Microsoft Windows PCs, on your Android device. GDAK uses databases created by the GSAK program, so you will also need to have GSAK installed on your PC and create one or more databases there before using GDAK.
• On the images tab you can now see the log-images.
• A new menu-option: "With current filter". This option will open a new menu. With this menu you will be able to manage your database. Try it and see it yourself.
• A simple change in the filter options. You can now filter on archived, not available and available caches any way you want.
• Grabbedimages can now be contained in zip-files. Just be sure the files.db3 is still unzipped. The amount of zip-files is not very importand, and zipped and not zipped images can be mixed. But a little warning: zipped files loading is slow...
• You can now import caches that are published the last X days. (X can be 1-30)
CodeTables is a client application for downloading and displaying code tables from myGEOtools.de.
Note for V1.2: I saw some new "Out of memory" errors in the crash logs. It seems, that some code tables are too big for small devices. If this happens all the time, please send me an email with the device you are using and I'll check what I can do.
TLE (Two line elements) is used for simulate the satellite position. When you start up the application, the current TLE is downloaded via internet.
GNSS satellite constellation in the sky.
Satellite position on the map.
You can set the observer location (house icon) by drag and drop.
[DOP / NSAT]
Charts of number of satellites and DOP (Dilution Of Precision) over 5 hours.
WiFi radio range ( range depends on environment - may be up to 300m outside building ).
No need to connect to any WiFi hotspot/network - the app uses WiFi direct (device to device) mode.
Note: You need to add app widget to your device screen after installation !
- when waiting for someone - want to know he/she is approaching to you,
- want to know if your child/luggage/car is not too far from you,
- does not create any connection between devices nor with wi-fi hot-spot
- animated widget on the device screen,
- configurable alert sound and 'radar running' sound,
- alert when second device 'appeared in wifi range',
- alert when second device 'disappeared' ( ex. baby monitor, luggage monitor ),
- configurable list of people/devices for alerting,
( free version limit - only 3 person/device )
- keeps working even if device screen locked,
- other can see your device only if your app is running,
- designed for phone and tablet screen
Copyright © GIMIN Studio.
WiFi Overview 360 is not only a WLAN Scanner, which shows all WLANs in range, the app is much more.
This app is a "Swiss Army Knife" for WLAN.
With this tool you can manage and optimize your used wireless network and and with one look you'll get detailed information of the WLANs (WLAN name (SSID), signal strength, channelnumber, encryptionin - open or not) in your environment.
The tab "Ch check" (channel checker) and "Ch. radar" (channel radar) are powerful tool to optimize your own wlan network. For best performance your network must use a channel or frequency range where are no other wireless networks or little as possible. WiFi Overview 360 gives you the best choice for the channel.
Main features are:
- wlan scanner
- detailed wlan information
- add WLANs manually
- endless list of known WLANs (previously limited to 16)
- graphical representation of all wireless networks in the operating range
- channel checker for the best channel choice
- included 2x1 widget
- Android 4.x support
- Tablet support
- WLAN Internet connection check
- and much more ...
The "Pro" version contains no ad, have more widgets, have a powerful "WiFi Detector", can set "Quick connect shortcuts", can set WLAN priority and is a little recognition for my work.
✓ Signal compass points you in the direction your signal is coming from, just walk towards it!
✓ WiFi map allows you to easily locate nearby public networks.
✓ Coverage maps allow you see the best/worst places for signal.
✓ Speedtest feature allows you to see the true speed of your connection (download, upload & latency)
✓ NetworkRank shows which carrier is best in your area.
✓ See local cell towers.
✓ Free and ad-free
You can also:
✓ Help improve our crowdsourced and impartial maps by contributing data.
✓ Share your findings and compare your connection with other users.
✓ View your history of signal readings.
✓ test upload, download and latency
✓ Save your data to SD card.
✓ Signal booster for compatible phones
SMS Permission required to count the number of SMS sent to track your usage, SMS are never read (use a packet sniffer to check!)
Phone settings permission allows network reset on certain Android versions
Based on our community-generated data we are able to help keep you better connected by giving you a practical solution to the problems of slow mobile internet and dropped calls. Simply follow our signal compass to walk towards better phone signal or see our in-app coverage maps to work out which carrier is best for where you are, useful if you're thinking about changing. Our wifi maps help you find local public-access wireless networks (WAPs).
The Stats tab helps you to keep track of your usage, so there’s no danger of you going over your plan limit on data, voice or text. (NB – this is why the app needs permission to access contacts and SMS, these are the permissions needed to count calls and texts, messages are never accessed or read!).
Maps not updated in real-time. Don’t worry though, we log the information you share with us to improve our coverage maps and signal information. We’re working hard to make sure the data you contribute to the project is available to everyone as quickly as possible.
- Not all towers and wireless routers are in our database - we’re working on it!
- Verizon & Sprint (CDMA) users will see only one connected tower at a time
- Moving in the direction of your cell tower (the signal compass) will not always improve reception due to interference effects/local geography.
- For GSM, cell tower are identified via cell id and location area code (CID and LAC)
- For CDMA cell towers are identified via Network ID, Base sub-station ID and system ID (NID, BSSID and SID).
If you read to here (!) you should really join the OpenSignal beta to help us improve the app:
Shows the Wi-Fi channels around you. Helps you to find a less crowded channel for your wireless router.
For the USB read/write permission: This permission is used to save and load snapshots(see menu in my app).
But let the users speak (comments from a former similar version):
* by Siren: "Awesome! Works perfectly."
* by Big Ben: "Simple, easy. As above. Does what it needs to, very easy to use."
* by Di: "Awesome Helped me in sending emails privately when my phone had spyware installed"
* by Bronson: "I geo but im also a military cadet officer. I use this to also send coded messages to my staff. I love this app."
* by Craig: "Works well, and now I'm on the way to more fun geocaching with my family!"
* by Jack: "Very useful Great for cracking puzzle caches."
* by David: "Great app. Easy UI."
* by Eric: "New to caching, big help!"
* by rep: "Thank You Dev!"
To enable go to Settings, Language & Keyboard, enable Geocaching keyboard then hold down on any text box and select Input Method and select Geocaching keyboard.
• Waypoint projection
• Distance and bearing between two waypoints
• Triangulation with crossing circles
• Path intersection
• Convert waypoints between different coordinate systems:
- Latitude/longitude (WGS84 datum)
- UTM (WGS84 datum)
- Dutch grid (RD or Rijksdriehoek)
- British grid (OSGB)
• Variable digits in waypoint
- N 53.2137 E 6.568 shows 6 markers for guessing a location (see screenshot)
• Text decryption:
- Rot13 (Decryption key from Geocaching.com)
- Caesar cipher
- Letter sum (a=1, z=26)
- Letter sum reversed (a=26, z=1)
- Phone sum (abc=2, def=3...)
- Roman numerals
• Distances in metric or imperial system
• Display your GPS position and use it as a waypoint
• All waypoint calculations can be displayed on a map
• Available languages: English, Nederlands, Deutsch
A full changelog, frequently asked questions and an explanation of requested permissions can be found at the application's website.
If you come across any bugs or have questions, please send me an e-mail since I can't respond to market comments.
This addon provide connection between GeoGet database, where geocaches are save, and Locus, great map tool for Android! So you can view all your GeoGet geocache in Locus, manage final waypoints, view listing, etc. And everything offline!
It’s simple – install plugin, copy your GeoGet database to SD card, setup addon and run Locus. And just import geocaches.
1. Set correct path to GeoGet database on your SD card
2. Change filter in settings, if you want
3a. Add this addon on right-side panel and click on it.
3b. Tap on map (hold finger), select last icon in bottom menu – Settings and select Load GeoGet geocaches.
Looking for volunteers who would like to help with the translation of this application. Contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org
For speed improvement please run Plugins → Oprava Databáze → Vacuum database in GeoGet.
Tags: geoget, database, locus, geocaching
* Precise location averaging weightened by GPS accuracy
* Email export with Google Maps link
* Show location in GMaps, Locus, ...
* Altitude averaging
* Various coordinate and unit formats
* English, German and Czech localization
* Export to GPX and KML files (PRO)
This free app is ad-supported. You can remove ads, unlock file export and support development using single in-app purchase.