APRSdroid - APRS Client

3.6
1.53K reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

APRSdroid is an APRS application for Amateur Radio (HAM) operators. It allows reporting your position as well as sending and receiving messages. It also conveniently displays nearby stations as a list or on a map.

Feel free to contact the author via e-mail with any issues you might encounter. If you are not satisfied, you will get a refund, no questions asked. As there is no way to reply to Play user reviews or to see who wrote them, please use e-mail!

To make full use of APRSdroid, you will need an APRS-IS passcode for your callsign. You can request one in advance at http://aprsdroid.org/passcode/

APRSdroid is Open Source Software written in Scala and licensed under the GPLv2.

The APRSdroid features are:
* See what is going on on APRS with the Hub View or on the map
* One-time or periodic position reporting to APRS
* APRS Messaging support
* Get detailed information about a station
* Follow the movement of a station on the map
* Support for GPS and network location
* Bi-directional APRS-IS support via TCP and AFSK
* Unidirectional position reporting via UDP and HTTP
* Bluetooth TNC support (beta quality)
* Status Bar notification when running and for incoming messages
* AFSK decoding via microphone
* Smart beaconing

The following features are planned for the next months:
* Position reporting profiles
* Tablet UI
* USB serial support

APRSdroid requires some permissions on Android: http://aprsdroid.org/permissions/
Updated on
Jan 5, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Personal info, and Messages
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted
3.6
1.53K reviews
A Google user
April 17, 2019
I have used this app for years and it works great. It is very dependable and if you just follow the process to get it activated, everything works nicely. I would recommend two improvements to future versions: 1. If stopped at a location for more than say 10 minutes, the app should suspend broadcasting to save battery on the cell phone. 2. If the app had a "home location" and a target location set, then upon arriving to home, or a targeted destination, then the broadcast should turn off, saving battery time. These two features would just make a great app that much better!
8 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 28, 2019
No longer functional on Android 10. I used to use this app occasionally about a year ago on an older version of Android, and it was great. Worked perfectly, and at the time I didn't have to wait long at all for a verification code. However, it seems development has dropped off and the app no longer works now that I've moved to a newer device. Tried to use it recently and it does nothing but crash immediately. A shame, it was a good app.
24 people found this review helpful
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Michael Klopfer
July 6, 2020
Please continue to actually maintain this app or just open it for free to the community. I tried this on 2 phones and had the same problems. It starts with a warning that this is not optimized for the newest version of Android and crashes when you try and use the mapping feature. I have had to uninstall and reinstall this app several times to get it to continue to work with the AFSK connection to the radio. It will hear incoming data but not decode. Others have posted on this issue also.
14 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Fix latitude/longitude configuration on map