OpenStreetCam works pretty well as a capture app and the recent update to iD editor has made it more useful for viewing lines/tracks while editing to verify the path of the road in addition to showing the images. App could use more features to control the minimum camera timing (for phones with issues taking pictures too often) and compass alignment improvements or an option to manual set the direction based on GPS movement direction since my nexus5x is not very accurate for compass readings (setting for forward, side, behind, etc.). Hopefully support for 360 cameras in the future. Since OSC is mostly open source self-hosting is possible but beyond the public repositories not being up to date the app doesn't support using another server to upload tracks. Would also be helpful to specifically state if this is for on-vehicle photos (Cars, bikes) or if it can be used for more (like Mapillary). Perhaps different capture modes for on-foot and point of interest, or since the website can be forked an OpenFootCam website for such photos
Took a little work to get it stable. Had to switch recording modes. Never had an issue receiving payment.
App is not stable from last couple of days. Hanging issues while recording and uploading is also acting abnormal. Kindly, update bugs issue.
Cannot upload tracks.
Disabling the map seems to stable it out. Still has an issue getting speed from an obd2 adapter. Adapter is confirmed working good via Torque Pro. Curious about payment considering the website and app make no reference in anyway to it (what if I wish to change my PayPal email?). The only reference to getting paid is through the initial form I had to fill out. 5 stars if you guys hold true and pay.
It wouldn't let me log in with my Google credentials unless I allowed access to my contacts! Why did it require this? If I decline, I can't log in. :(
Most changes in this update are under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes.
GPS Route Finder help you to find easiest and fastest route for your destination