for some phones to keep the app running in background do the following. 1. Go to phone manager add app to protected apps. 2. Go to settings >apps>advanced>ignore battery optimizations Click on (allowed) then select (all apps) , look for GPSlogger then select allowed.
Look no further. This is it. Finally a logger that doesn't suck. If you need bullet proof GPS logging this is it. Can't belive how long it took me to find this app. It has exactly the options I need and no bloat. I was even considering writing such an app myself, because anything else was such a pain. So much bullshit and bloat on the market. And it can even auto log on device start.
Excellent GPS logger with low battery usage. Few wakeups, no noticeable battery drain when set to log every 10 minutes. When set to log every 60 seconds, my old Nexus 5 uses about 10% of its (rather old) battery in a full day. Seems pretty good to me!
Great app so far. Working nicely and exactly for what I sought. Was planning to write an app myself for this purpose until i found this. However, some minor issues which I found so far: - I did not get the email function to work with my Gmail address.. I used gmail's smtp server adress and it could validate the SSL certificate just fine. When trying to send the data it gives an error though. I'm not using this function in the long run but thought I'd try it out once for testing purposes.
This might be my favorite app ever. It does what it's supposed to do, does it well, and nothing else. I love it and so does my battery. Plus, it's open source.
Does the job A great app - does the job, and does it exceptionally well. Finally a replacement for my Foretrex 201.
KML file annotation bugfix
Setting binary file type when uploading to FTP servers
Issuing PBSZ/PROT commands when uploading to FTP over SSL
Updated translations from crowdin.com
OpenGTS auto-send bugfix
Option to hide notification from the status bar
Removed notification from appearing on lock screen
Added milliseconds to timestamps being logged
Fixed bug with duplicate uploads
Increased 'maximum speed' detection to about 1200 km/h