Lockito – Fake GPS itinerary

Lockito – Fake GPS itinerary


Lockito allows you to make your phone follow a fake itinerary, with total control over the speed and GPS signal accuracy. You can also simulate a static location.
This is the must-have tool for any Android developers who needs to test geofencing-based apps or just test his app on different locations.



You want to translate the app to your language? Enroll here: http://goo.gl/qpazkW. Of course you'll be credited for it in this page and in the app! :-)



Important: If mocked location seems to jump to real one during simulation, try to turn off wifi based locations (Settings / Location / Mode --> Device only).



Note: You have to activate mock location in developer menu to have this application works on a unrooted device. For root devices, you just have to move Lockito in /system/app folder (or /system/priv-app on Android >= 4.4). To do that you can use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.j4velin.systemappmover



Tags: gps, simulation, geolocation, geofencing, fake, spoof, mock, location, latitude, longitude, itinerary

Recent changes:
2.5.4
Add dutch, german and spanish translations
Fix an issue with speed and accuracy fields

2.5.3
Add open-source projects licenses
Fix simulation speed

2.5.2
Fix display issue with estimated time

2.5.1
Fix bugs
Add bearing on mock location
Root devices support

2.4.3
Fix bugs
Fix crash if Google play services are not installed
Fix mocked location speed generating in km/h instead of m/s

Note: If you still have some crashes, you should clear the application's data
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Free
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4.1
User ratings
338
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2877 kb
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About Lockito – Fake GPS itinerary
Lockito allows you to make your phone follow a fake itinerary, with total control over the speed and GPS signal accuracy. You can also simulate a static location.
This is the must-have tool for any Android developers who needs to test geofencing-based apps or just test his app on different locations.



You want to translate the app to your language? Enroll here: http://goo.gl/qpazkW. Of course you'll be credited for it in this page and in the app! :-)



Important: If mocked location seems to jump to real one during simulation, try to turn off wifi based locations (Settings / Location / Mode --> Device only).



Note: You have to activate mock location in developer menu to have this application works on a unrooted device. For root devices, you just have to move Lockito in /system/app folder (or /system/priv-app on Android >= 4.4). To do that you can use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.j4velin.systemappmover



Tags: gps, simulation, geolocation, geofencing, fake, spoof, mock, location, latitude, longitude, itinerary

Recent changes:
2.5.4
Add dutch, german and spanish translations
Fix an issue with speed and accuracy fields

2.5.3
Add open-source projects licenses
Fix simulation speed

2.5.2
Fix display issue with estimated time

2.5.1
Fix bugs
Add bearing on mock location
Root devices support

2.4.3
Fix bugs
Fix crash if Google play services are not installed
Fix mocked location speed generating in km/h instead of m/s

Note: If you still have some crashes, you should clear the application's data

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 27, 2014
Very good app Don't know why other maps mess with the Gmaps stock UI, long press for start and finish let you do what feels normal with Google Maps. Best by far.
A Google User
Nov 20, 2014
Does what it says Offroad waypoints would be nice too.
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
Top for deloperd Great app for developing location-based apps. Great configuration possibilities and the notification is very handy! Thanks keep up the good work.
A Google User
Oct 30, 2014
Great! Add path reverse
A Google User
Oct 21, 2014
Adding feature like tracking from KML and moving like a real car would be nice :)