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FAQ

We are writing a FAQ for the app. Any suggestions for questions? Thanks! Martijn

Posted by on Mar 1, 2011

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Our new app: A!arm

Sorry, no useful tip or review this time, but a shameless self promotion for our new app. It’s A!arm, an alarm clock for iPhone that you can stop with your voice. The app also includes a sheep-count-game (for when you can’t sleep) and other features we are really proud of. You can check out the website here. Good news for you is that we now can refocus and a new version of gps4cam. We have some great ideas to make the app even better so stay tuned!

Posted by on Feb 21, 2011

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gps4cam desktop 3.92: What’s new?

Recently we uploaded a new version of gps4cam desktop. This update is recommended to all users of gps4cam! The most important improvement is that it geotags your pictures twice as fast as the previous versions. For the users of gps4cam with an older Mac OS there’s great news as well: this version works without any problem on Mac OSX 10.4 Last but not least: there’s a new option in the preferences that allows you to use the creation and modification data from the EXIF file. This option solves a problem some users had...

Posted by on Jan 22, 2011

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App review by a user (4)

Chris Bennett wrote a very complete and interesting app review on his blog: I went to Hartsholme on Sunday for 2 reasons, the main reason to photograph the wildlife – something I really enjoy and secondly to try out some new software that I purchased for my iPhone. One thing that I miss from my Nikon days was not being able to geotag my photos. Nikon have a device that works with most of their SLR’s called the Nikon GP-1 GPS Module: this uses the cameras power and adds the geotag data to the EXIF information as the...

Posted by on Jan 20, 2011

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About privacy: we are happy not to know anything about you!

A few weeks ago the Wall Street Journal published a great article about iPhone apps and privacy. We think this is a major issue and we hope Apple finds a decent solution for this. Your iPhone knows more about you than you would imagine and you do want this information to remain private. Concerning gps4cam you might wonder what we know about you, especially regarding the gps functionality. The answer is nothing! We are proud of this because we know other gps or geotag applications need to connect to a server to upload your...

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011

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