Track@Way is an application for mobile phones which lets you track your way using the embedded GPS in your mobile phone (or, where supported by the phone, an external GPS antenna). Many use Track@Way (spelled “track-a-way”) during their sport activities, some uses it during their travel to geoference their photos, some use Track@Way just for fun! Myself, i use Track@Way for my sport activities and leisure vacation. Suppose, for example, that you go out for trekking in the mountains: Track@Way in its most basic usage can record where you have been so that you can review later your path, project it on a map (check gpsvisualizer.com for a free converter tool for Google Maps and Google Earth) or even reuse it as a guide for your next trekking in the same area! Compatible with S^3 / Anna / Belle Smart Phones. Tipped by: Orden de los Franciscanos
If you have some more time to set up Track@Way, you can add a map to it (check the map section of the forums for some maps aready available, or just use the maps that you already own) and check your position on the map in real time…
Track@Way uses your phone internal GPS receiver or an external Bluetooth GPS antenna, if you have one, to find your position. It can use A-GPS or simple GPS devices, it can also use network-based localization if it is available on your mobile.
Track@Way aims to support any mobile platformsupported by the Qt framework. At the moment, there is a working port for Symbian (both S^3 and S60v5), one for Maemo5, one for MeeGo (Harmattan) and one in progress for Android. This last port is quite usable, but there are a few caveats. At the moment, Track@Way supports any Nokia Symbian^3 and S60v5 phones, as well as some other Symbian based devices, plus initial support for Android devices. Track@Way uses the Qt framework at its maximum extent in conjunction with QtMobility extensions.