Staryon, Great job on the software. I have tested other software such as Mologogo, Accutracking, Reperion, 3DTracking, Navizon, among others that I have tested and a lot of them are Bloatware. Meaning they are bloated with crap that is not needed except to do simple things such as sending the location to the server and the ability to have anyone view your location publicly and viewable via the PDA.
The only non-bloatware software out there that are so perfect, bug free, reliable, accurate, fast GPS connection with HOT GPS is Accutracking. The problem with accutracking is that it's not free. Reperion is great too, free as well, a little slower than accutracking and is not as fast as getting the GPS Signal. Reperion requires .NET Compact Framework and it's a resource hog. Then there is Mologogo. Mologogo is fine if you're going to use it with your friends, but most of the features in there does not work. Such as messaging, and the maps load very slow and it crash a lot. 3DTracking, I didn't even bother with this software, it crashes a lot more than Mologogo. Navizon is also bloatware with information you don't need.
So my point is, yours is as close as it could get with tracking software that is simple to the program, not loading a lot of un-important stuff and it works.
Maybe you can make two version. One that goes in the background all the time and doing simple task, while the other is more complex.
Other than that, I will keep on testing and let you know the result. Keep up the good work.
Software Engineer at Cisco Systems
IOS Network Software Engineer Group
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