Really love this app. Gladly paid for it to help support the developer. He's managed to accomplish something very difficult so I don't have to. Using with the mobilinkd tnc currently. Nothing else I android even comes close to this app!
Excellent functionality and aesthetics, a rarity in amateur radio software. No stability issues on my Moto E(4) or others that I can tell, probably the 5th phone I've owned running this software. If I could add one thing, it would be to be able to parse or display WX data.
Works really well on my Motorola. I'd like the map to center on my current location by default but that's a very minor issue. Other than that I think it's a great piece of software.
I think the app is probably pretty good.. but I cannot get them to give me an account.. I am an extra licensed ham.. what a pain. Once I actually get access I will re-rate..
Great app. I've been running it for several years, both via APRS-IS and via AFSK through a VHF handheld. I even got it running on an AndroidThings beta for Raspberry PI, but that was sort of a dead end (no fault of the author, AndroidThings is IoT-oriented whereas Android for a phone is oriented for general purpose computing). That being said: Any ham who is complaining that they need a passcode for this app and one hasn't been forthcoming from Georg just needs to Google harder. APRS key generation is open source and there are several websites that will generate it for you from your call.
Paired with a phone and 2m HT I'm able to keep in touch with family outside radio and cell range. APRS and APRSdroid almost always works. HamSats might even expand that coverage but I'm still learning.
* new APRS symbols, with chooser dialog
* USB serial support
* Export Log support
* Different TNC protocols (KISS, TNC-2, "monitor") via USB, serial and TCP/IP
* TNC connection monitoring
* Kenwood: GPS control settings
* Various bug fixes
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