Actually 4.9 / 5 As an ex-gps professional, I really appreciate what you have here. One comment is that the reported clock difference (-38s) sounds like the integer leap seconds offset (UTC has leap seconds added every year, gps time is continuous). The leap second offset is broadcast in sub-frame 4 or 5,so is easy to include in your app. Thanks guys, nice work...
Love the idea but sorry, ads spoil it I love GPS time. You don't need an Internet connection or NTP. I love the idea of this app but unfortunately I have had my experience spoiled by an iAd on the corner and the fact that it was disguised as a widget apparently telling me I had new Gmail. NOT IMPRESSED! Sorry! Without iAds, I give you 5 stars.
Changed my life No more stress!! I am about trow my phone coz i cannot use Google maps , had gps problém. . Suddenly instrall this app n changed everything. I owe for this. Thanks mate ...Gd on u
Used to work fine. Updates time but after 3 or 4 seconds time diff reverts to 2 seconds or more. Does not seem able to actually change the system time on my rooted GII. Uninstalled. GPS Time app does the job.
Works nicely Not much eye-candy, but able to receive GPS clock signal indoor, and even sync my internal clock without root.
Not as expected Was expecting this app to help solve the GPS receiver time error on my Note 3 Duos, by synching it with the network time. Took the effort of rooting my phone for that. All it did was set the device time to match the faulty GPS time. I can do that myself on any unrooted device! Not impressed with the time signal feature either.
- When GPS is selected, keep the app working even if screen is turned off
- Remove Airpush ads
- Calculate time difference as average for 5 last measurement
- Fix resetting time offset after sync
- Higher accuracy of synchronization
- Add "Time signal" menu option
- Fast GPS time acquring (not all devices support it)
- Use average for time difference