On the right track I came from WebOS to Android recently. Go look at "GeoStrings" for some ideas on what else you can do with this program. I agree on the time comment. By allowing a reminder to have a time range, the GPS can be left alone. Also consider NUMEROUS distances within a mile. A mile is way too far anymore. GeoStrings has several distances all the way down to 0.1 mile and it worked excellent. Consider current distance to each reminder and speed - use those to determine when you need to read the GPS again.
Fantastic I needed an app to remind me of gate codes while delivering on my courier route. After trying numerous apps, I have settled with Location Alert! This app has not let me down since I realized I needed to go to MORE in its settings and set the days its needed. It works off network but understandably, not as accurately. When I enabled GPS, it is perfect every time! Kudos to the developer of Location Alert! Your app is splendid!
Poor map lookup The map lookup does not work. Put in address and hit the magnifying glass icon and either nothing happens or the wrong location is displayed on the map. Deleting this app now..
Great idea. Shame it doesn't work When I try to enter an address it says "no placeholder". I tried to email them and the address didn't work. Waste of time.
No longer working Before the upgrade of Android it was working like a charm now everytime I get an error saying "no value for placemark"
Not intelligent enough If this app can't figure out that gps not working inside of my office, it's useless! Dispute promises it keeps GPS always on
* Improved algorithms
* Bug fixes
* Battery life has been significantly improved
* Version is much lighter than before