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Subject: Re: Coordinates from iPhone
From: "Mike Rooke" picnet2
Date: Tue Jun 25, 2013 3:29 am ((PDT))
Theres quiet a few but GPS Motion X is my favorite thats been reliable and =
with me since I brought my iPhone.

If buying the app is out of the question then this may help further:


--- In  Peter Shute <> wrote:
> On my Blackberry I used a program called GPS Logger to obtain my current =
coordinates to announce at the start of a recording. It could display them =
big, so I didn't have to peer at it the screen.
> On my new iPhone, I haven't come across an app to do something similar. I=
 haven't even found a way to see decimal places of the seconds. Can anyone =
recommend an app?
> Sent from my iPhone

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