Daily Breadcrumbs

Daily Breadcrumbs

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Want to see what Google knows about you? Google Location Cache for Non rooted phones, you do not need to be root to run this application.

Daily Breadcrumbs is a tool that runs in the background and records where you are. You may ask if already know where I’m at so what’s the need?

After running Daily Breadcrumbs for a week you will be able to see the potential. For example move the view over Disney World and ask When Was I There, a clear and concise list will then be displayed showing dates and times of your visit. It has also come in handy for finding out the last time I was at Chipotle.

In my experience the application uses very little battery power as it is not actively running the GPS. Data is stored on the SDCard and can be deleted if needed.

Features:
*When Was I Here?
*Start/Stop Logging
*Remove data points

Upgrading?
Please uninstall "Daily Breadcrumbs Demo" if upgrading you can do that before or after installing, run the Demo once before uninstalling or you will lose any data that hasn’t been imported.

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Recently changed in this version

v2.2
- Fixed date picker can now search dates past 2013, apologies for that error.

v2.1
- work around for Atrix file browsing

v2.0
- Added Backup Restore


Comments and ratings for Daily Breadcrumbs
  • (56 stars)

    by Wojtek Kasinski on 18/03/2013

    Not showing replays after 2012 and not responding to request for help emails to developer email. Developer's website no longer active

  • (56 stars)

    by A Google User on 25/11/2012

    Guess I didn't read description well this app does not appear to extract what Google knows with abilities to delete but rather records a parallel record to possibly reflect what Google is recording.

  • (56 stars)

    by TheStig on 06/07/2011

    Uses its own database, does not use alot of power. Works without GPS.