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MobileTracker GPS Tracklog App Updated with Torch Support and Sale



Skylab Mobilesystems Ltd. just released version 1.5 of their popular GPS tracking application MobileTracker for BlackBerry. The latest update includes full BlackBerry Torch support as well as a BlackBerry Maps preview feature. To coincide with the update announcement, MobileTracker is available for a special introductory offer of 50% off. Other features of the app include:

  • Records a GPS tracklog.
  • Elevation and time can be tracked.
  • Easy one-click tracklog recording.
  • Extensive statistical information and background tracking.

Check out MobileTracker in the BlackBerryCool Store.

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Special Deal on SkyLabs MobileTracker for BlackBerry


Mobile TrackerWe just received notice that SkyLab’s has a special promotion running for their popular GPS application, MobileTracker. Until May 23rd, it will be available for 14.99 USD, a hefty ten dollar discount!

MobileTracker essentially records your movements via your GPS-enabled BlackBerry, and allows you to export the data to software like Google Earth. Version 1.4 of the application new features like elevation tracking and coordinate geotagging for pictures.

To purchase MobileTracker, go here.

MobileTracker 1.4 released


MobileTrackerThe BlackBerry GPS app, MobileTracker, has recently come out with a new version with a bunch of new features, including elevation tracking and coordinate geotagging for pictures. With GPS getting integrated into camera-toting BlackBerrys like the BlackBerry 8130 and BlackBerry 8310, this app is a great way to get the best of both worlds. I’m a sucker for stuff like Panoramio, which lets you share your pictures on Google Earth, which MobileTracker is designed to work with. If you’re interested, you can pick it up over here.

MobileTracker 1.2 released


MobileTrackerMobileTracker is some pretty cool software that records movements from your GPS-enabled device and exports it to Google Earth. I could see this getting some use out of folks who are doing the tourist thing and want to be able to remember all the places they went. Tie in some use with Panoramio, and you can have a pretty detailed records of where you’ve been. Best of all, no subscription is required – $24 and it’s yours.
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