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Bad Elf GPS
Bad Elf, LLC.,
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|Apple||Utilities||3.3.4||May 05, 2017||0.0|
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Version 3.3.4 released on May 05, 2017
This is a maintenance release with minor updates related to trip names, raw logging, and exporting KML. New features: - Added app setting for altitude mode to use when exporting trips in KML format. - Added pause functionality to GNSS Surveyor raw logging. - Added NMEA markers to GNSS Surveyor raw logs when BT connection is lost/found or raw logging is paused/resumed. Bugs fixed: - Fixed issue with POI names and timestamps when exported via KML. - Trip names no longer limited to 50 characters. - Fixed UI issue clipping the satellite count. - Fixed issue with parsing some logs files from GPS Pro+ and GNSS Surveyor accessories.
Version 3.3.3 released on February 15, 2017
What's New in 3.3.3 - We fixed a bug in the firmware update cancellation logic. This was causing some users to have trouble updating the firmware on their Bluetooth Bad Elf GPS units. - Occasionally some bogus data points from the hardware were sneaking into your trips and GNX/KML files. We have since tightened up our filters to omit obvious erroneous points. - Various small but embarrassing bug fixes and improvements. Bad Elf GNSS Surveyor Users: - You can now create multiple Ntrip profiles and switch between them instead of typing in the credentials each time you switch networks. - If you forget to disconnect from your Ntrip network when turning off your Bad Elf GNSS Surveyor, the connection is automatically dropped after 60 seconds. This prevents unnecessary cellular data consumption. - We fixed a bug that prevented Ntrip location reporting from some latitude/longitude values. - You can now add a point-of-interest from the Deviation Plot screen.
Version 3.3.2 released on December 20, 2016
What’s New in 3.3.2: - You can now choose what data each gauge shows by pressing and holding on the numbers of each gauge. - The app now shows you when a BE-GPS-3300 is using DGPS. - We now provide some warm and fuzzy while you delete trips from your iOS device or Bad Elf. - You can now turn on a setting to show SNR values for satellites. Bug Fixes: - Fixed an issue that prevented you from changing the RINEX version used by the app. - Fixed an issue the could cause the BE-GPS-3300 to not be functional on iOS devices with 30-pin dock connectors.
Version 3.3.1 released on November 07, 2016
What's New in 3.3.1 - We've added enhancements and fixes to the ntrip and raw logging features introduced in version 3.3.0. - We have ensured support of the app with iOS 10. - Satellite SNR values are shown on the Satellite graph (only compatible with BE-GPS-3300 accessories) Major Fixes & Improvements - You are now alerted if mount point credentials are invalid. - We've improved support for DGPS users. - We fixed an issue that would cause Apple Watch users to see the app crash. (Sadly this makes the Apple Watch app only compatible with bluetooth models) - We've continued to fix and enhance the GPX and KML file generators. - We fixed an issue where RINEX settings could be saved across iCloud.
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This utility app allows owners of any Bad Elf GPS accessory to check the health of the Bad Elf hardware, view the GPS data being received, transfer and view trip logs, and install firmware updates. Visit www.bad-elf.com to learn more about the Bad Elf GPS, GPS Pro/Pro+, and the GNSS Surveyor accessories, which add a high performance GPS receiver to the iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad via the 30-pin dock connector, Lighting connector, or Bluetooth. The GPS data is usable by ALL location-based iOS applications in the App Store. Note: Continued use of the GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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