Bluetooth GPS Output

Bluetooth GPS Output


Share your GPS location over Bluetooth to nearly any device or software. Use with popular charting programs in the comfort of your PC, maps on another tablet; even with the latest Android Wear.

Updated to Version 2 with all the features users have been asking for.

☆GPS and Network location smart-fusion
☆Multiple device support - pair up to 7 devices simultaneously
☆Fully adjustable output rate
☆NMEA 0183 v3.01
☆Widget toggle button
☆Start on Boot and background service for Android 2.3+
☆Headings (HDG/HDT)
☆Atmospheric Pressure (XDR/MMB)
☆Video tutorials to get you up and running fast


All existing paid users can upgrade, completely free. Make sure to update your license app.
Free Mode: 10 minute limit per run, reconnect unlimited times.
Paid Mode: No limits

Trouble getting started? Real human support staff is available to assist you - send us an email, watch the tutorials.

Languages: English
Minimum Requirements: Android 2.3 or newer
Tested with HTC One, Google Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy SII, Captivate

*Brand names and trademarks are property of their respective owners. We are not affiliated nor endorsed by any holder mentioned.

Recent changes:
2.10:
External control support (Tasker, Locale, etc) See HELP tab for details.

2.09:
Multiple device support
Added XDR MMB sentences
Stability improvements for select Samsung devices
Fix for Sony LT15A 2.3.x

2.05:
Added HDG HDT sentences
Added Start on Boot option
2.03: Added support for non-US locale
2.01: Initial Public Release
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About Bluetooth GPS Output
Share your GPS location over Bluetooth to nearly any device or software. Use with popular charting programs in the comfort of your PC, maps on another tablet; even with the latest Android Wear.

Updated to Version 2 with all the features users have been asking for.

☆GPS and Network location smart-fusion
☆Multiple device support - pair up to 7 devices simultaneously
☆Fully adjustable output rate
☆NMEA 0183 v3.01
☆Widget toggle button
☆Start on Boot and background service for Android 2.3+
☆Headings (HDG/HDT)
☆Atmospheric Pressure (XDR/MMB)
☆Video tutorials to get you up and running fast


All existing paid users can upgrade, completely free. Make sure to update your license app.
Free Mode: 10 minute limit per run, reconnect unlimited times.
Paid Mode: No limits

Trouble getting started? Real human support staff is available to assist you - send us an email, watch the tutorials.

Languages: English
Minimum Requirements: Android 2.3 or newer
Tested with HTC One, Google Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy SII, Captivate

*Brand names and trademarks are property of their respective owners. We are not affiliated nor endorsed by any holder mentioned.

Recent changes:
2.10:
External control support (Tasker, Locale, etc) See HELP tab for details.

2.09:
Multiple device support
Added XDR MMB sentences
Stability improvements for select Samsung devices
Fix for Sony LT15A 2.3.x

2.05:
Added HDG HDT sentences
Added Start on Boot option
2.03: Added support for non-US locale
2.01: Initial Public Release

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
works great tahnk u saved me so much ... thank u ....works great with microsoft street and trips 2013
A Google User
Jul 17, 2015
GPS Provides a reliable signal. Sometimes it's slow to connect.
A Google User
Jul 14, 2015
Stunning!
A Google User
Jul 6, 2015
$140 Cheaper than a Bad Elf GPS! Works great on providing location from a Samsung S4 and Note 4 to a Microsoft Surface. The app allows 6 other friends to pair their tablets and share location.
A Google User
Jul 6, 2015
Yet Another Perfect Reason to Love Android! My Surface Pro 2 is a very capable device, but it's lacking a GPS (and Cellular data) sensor to gain even more benefits of the tablet form-factor (eg. ability to be used as an infotainment system in the car). Thankfully, unlike my iPhone, my OnePlus One is also a very versatile device and can easily share it's GPS (and Cellular data) sensor to my Surface Pro 2 via Bluetooth (and USB) with this app, totally eliminating the need for another monthly data plan and the need for those external GPS receivers.
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