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WhereBlogger is a tool for Android phones, for keeping a location-based journal.

WhereBlogger can automatically collect GPS points for you, or you can add them manually. When an internet connection is available, maps will be downloaded for each logged point, and you can annotate each point with a title and a longer description. The program aims to be kind to your phone's battery and does not require a data connection or switch the GPS on at random times, as both electricity and data can be scarce while traveling.

Everything recorded by WhereBlogger can be published online (to a blog of your choice), or exported to the SD-card and copied to your PC to use as you see fit.

You can download WhereBlogger from the Android market (or just view the listing here).

Saturday, December 12, 2009

WhereBlogger 0.9.15

Many improvements this time:

  • the KML output now has pretty HTML
  • fixed next/back force closes in viewer
  • Misc UI fixes, most importantly the map keeps state on orientation change now
  • When adding old GPS data, you can now request that the point be logged with the current date and time
  • WhereBlogger no longer pollutes the Image Gallery with lots of map thumbnails
  • HTML generator now has support for shortlinks to Wikipedia and Google searches, see the Insert menu option for examples
  • WhereBlogger now registers with the Android OS as a viewer for geo: and maps.google.com URIs, so you can follow such links when offline or easily add points from the web/email to your trips
  • Added proper credits for borrowed code

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