Geocaching Droid Army Knife

Geocaching Droid Army Knife


For more information look at http://gdak.wolojoli.nl
Support & Forum: http://gdak.wolojoli.nl/forum

With GDAK you can create databases on your Android device and fill them with caches via the Geoacaching.com Live API. Just install GDAK, let GDAK create the necessary directories, press the menu button and choose for Create Database. You can create as many databases as you want, but one database will suffice for most users.

It is also possible to view and work with databases from GSAK, the Geocaching Swiss Army Knife application for Microsoft Windows PCs, on your Android device. GDAK uses databases created by the GSAK program, so you will also need to have GSAK installed on your PC and create one or more databases there before using GDAK.

New feautures:
• On the images tab you can now see the log-images.
• A new menu-option: "With current filter". This option will open a new menu. With this menu you will be able to manage your database. Try it and see it yourself.
• A simple change in the filter options. You can now filter on archived, not available and available caches any way you want.
• Grabbedimages can now be contained in zip-files. Just be sure the files.db3 is still unzipped. The amount of zip-files is not very importand, and zipped and not zipped images can be mixed. But a little warning: zipped files loading is slow...
• You can now import caches that are published the last X days. (X can be 1-30)
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3.7
User ratings
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File size
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About Geocaching Droid Army Knife
For more information look at http://gdak.wolojoli.nl
Support & Forum: http://gdak.wolojoli.nl/forum

With GDAK you can create databases on your Android device and fill them with caches via the Geoacaching.com Live API. Just install GDAK, let GDAK create the necessary directories, press the menu button and choose for Create Database. You can create as many databases as you want, but one database will suffice for most users.

It is also possible to view and work with databases from GSAK, the Geocaching Swiss Army Knife application for Microsoft Windows PCs, on your Android device. GDAK uses databases created by the GSAK program, so you will also need to have GSAK installed on your PC and create one or more databases there before using GDAK.

New feautures:
• On the images tab you can now see the log-images.
• A new menu-option: "With current filter". This option will open a new menu. With this menu you will be able to manage your database. Try it and see it yourself.
• A simple change in the filter options. You can now filter on archived, not available and available caches any way you want.
• Grabbedimages can now be contained in zip-files. Just be sure the files.db3 is still unzipped. The amount of zip-files is not very importand, and zipped and not zipped images can be mixed. But a little warning: zipped files loading is slow...
• You can now import caches that are published the last X days. (X can be 1-30)

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User reviews of Geocaching Droid Army Knife
Brilliant.. plenty of caches offline and compass works very quick on M. defy . Saves logs to sd for quick upload to field notes on GC.com when in a wifi area ;) if needs be
Oct 10, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Delete this. No use at all !!! Maybe it would be good to explain how to use this shitt.
A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
Worthless I have tried loading this thing at least 5 times and like the previous reviewer the database sits empty even though I can see the file on my tablet in the correct directory.
A Google User
Aug 2, 2014
Doesn't work I enter cache info and the app just sits on the entry screen and doesn't do anything. deleted!
A Google User
Aug 1, 2014
Don't bother Extremely unfriendly. The interface and user interaction leaves a lot to be desired. Uninstalled, moving on
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
No compass Looks like an alright app. I got it so I could load my GSAK database into my phone. The one problem is that it apparently relies on the phone's electronic compass for navigation, the author's idea being that any phone accurate enough for geocaching will have one built in. My phone doesn't have a compass (GPS only), so there's no way for me to navigate with it. I might keep it just so I can have my GSAK database handy, but for finding caches, NeonGeo works better.