gpslog@home sends your current position in adjustable intervals to your own server at home. Your data will only be saved on your own computer. A Smartphone with a GPS receiver and Android version 4.0.3 or higher is required.
The HTTP-protocol is used for sending positions. You can use a HTTP-Server of your choice für receiving the data.
Use gpslog@home for mountain biking, hiking, running, sailing and other outdoor activities so that your partner at home or your friends can see your current location. Companies use gpslog@home for tracking of staff or drivers.
A simple server software that displays the track on a map is available free of charge on my homepage.
Check doze mode and location permissions under Android 6