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GPSed Adds Monitoring/Tracking Service

GPSedmonitoring GSPed has been a bit quiet recently since they became part of SHAPE Services. We have mentioned their app a few times in the past as a way to track your GPS location online. They even let you share your location with Facebook, MySpace, & Twitter.

GPSed just let me know that they have just added a new feature called GPSed monitoring. It lets you monitor single or multiple devices on a map kind of like Google’s free Latitude feature. GPSed is more targeted at the enterprise or people trying to track relatives or children instead of friends though both could be used for similar purposes.

I guess it is good to have options but it looks like real time tracking is not free like it is with Google Latitude. On the other hand you do get support from GPSed along with more detailed information like speed and status.

If you are interested you can check out their GPSed Monitoring Service at this link. Let me know if you do!

From the description:

You have cargo company and want to track your vehicles in real-time, or you just want to know position of your children or relatives of advanced age?
GPSed Monitoring service is for you. No need to buy expensive equipment and overpay for airtime. Just use your mobile device (BlackBerry, Windows Mobile or J2ME) with GPS module and start tracking right now.

General Features:

  • No special GPS hardware: just mobile device with GPSed Mobile Application (Basic version is FREE)
  • Affordable airtime (30 days free trial)
  • Simultaneous monitoring of multiple mobile objects
  • Instant updates
  • Different tracking models: one object or group
  • Real-time objects’ statuses: online, offline, No GPS, speed, etc.
  • Dynamic tails of objects depending on speed

Coming Soon Features:

  • Alerts. Flexible adjustment and logging
  • Geofencing. Create zones on a map and following automatically monitoring of mobile objects inside these zones (in/out alerts, etc.)
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  1. Does this work with the 8830? Is there a way to get it to work with the 8830?

  2. glitch on the storm, it locks up and when i went to location the pic was 1″x1″ and had a bunch or html code…

  3. I’ve never been able to get GPSed to work right. I wanted not to make my tracks public but to allow one or two people to see them and could not, for the life of me, figure out how.

  4. Well where do I start… I was reading about how to fix your gps on 8330 and if you have a 8330 download the basic version of GPSED.
    Once you have open up app and let it run then don’t close it but hit your back button… it will ask you, Do you want to have it run in the back ground….click YES.
    I then open up Google maps and it took 4 to 5 seconds to find 7 satellites. Then i try Blackberry Maps and WOW!!! It took 4 to 5 seconds to find 7 satellites.
    I have to say this app works GREAT for ME!
    Hope this helps all us 8330 owners.

  5. Here is the OTA link to GPSED
    So sorry I didn;t put this in the first or second post but it is 2 am Here……lol

  6. I’m assuming it is NOT a Verizon 8330 because none of that would work. Correct?

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