The invention of various vehicles throughout history reflects the need for humans to move. Routing has always been one of the problems that travelers have faced. This can be even more difficult if the journey was not to be done in certain ways (such as voyages). Thousands of years ago, travelers found their way in the desert, the sea, and… just by looking at the stars and the direction of sunrise and sunset. A compass was invented around 200 BC that completely changed the way humans navigated. Now with this device, travelers could easily identify all geographical directions and, more importantly, do not deviate from their right path by using a compass. About 350 years after the invention of the compass, another device revolutionized our routing, also called a map. Now it was much easier and safer to navigate and make trips using the map and compass. Over the years, a variety of innovations and inventions have made navigation easier than ever before. Invention of radar, radio, audio depth finder and…. These include inventions. But today we do routing in a different way. Thanks to GPS technology as well as a variety of routing devices, routing is much easier today than ever before. Smartphones have the ability to receive and analyze GPS signals, and the existence of a variety of routing applications has made them very convenient and reliable tools for routing. In addition, the presence of a compass in most of today’s smartphones allows us to have all the necessary tools for routing in our smartphones. Sometimes we want to measure the amount of antenna and GPS performance at a point to be able to ensure the operation of GPS at that point. Today we are at your service with an application for this. Compass + GPS Signal is an application for measuring the signal of GPS and compass, for Android operating system, which was developed by Lakshman software group and published for free on Google Play. With this program, you can access a precise compass in a beautiful environment, and in addition, measure the number of available GPS satellites and their signal strength. Note that at least four satellites are required to start receiving the signal.
Has a compass
Displaying geographic information such as latitude and longitude, speed, altitude, etc.
Displaying navigation status, almanac, ephemeris, azimuth and time accurately
Has a widget to display information on the home screen of the device