I didn't find any rules regarding announcing software releases in this forum, but since this is not for money and the general mood seems to be really nice here, I thought I'd give it a try.
As I've already mentioned in another post
I'm currently developing a simple GPS tracking software called bbTracker
If you don't care about route finding or downloading and displaying maps, but just want to
- get your coordinates and/or altitude
- record your path
- have it displayed in a simple graphic
- display elevation and speed over time
- export it to GPX and/or KML (Google Earth) files
might be for you.
My test platform is a BlackBerry 8800, so I know that it works there just fine but it should work on any reasonably new smartphone that supports the Location API (JSR-179, if you want to get technical).
I'd appreciate any feedback that I get, especially bug reports, compatibility reports and feature suggestions. I wont have regular net access during the next week, 'though, so my replies might take a while.
The current release is 0.5.3
Regarding OTA install: For some reason using the JAD-Files on the BlackBerry often leads to verification errors. I'm investigating this, but probably won't be able to provide a solution until next weekend. Pointing your BlackBerry browser to http://www.bbtracker.org/download/current/bbtracker.jar
will install the most current version.