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Tool to make it dead simple to collect tracks and upload to Geobucket.org for tracing
Geobucket (www.geobucket.org) tracks the longitude and latitude of a phone as it moves, allowing roads to be accurately mapped. This information is then uploaded to the Geo Bucket website where it can be used by volunteers to identify roads on for the OpenStreetMap project.
This application makes mapping completely non-intrusive for anyone who travels to unmapped places but does not want to be bothered by complex editing. Geo Bucket runs on Android smart phones, but it also supports direct uploads of .GPX files.
Geobucket is no longer actively maintained, with last development activity in 2012. The code is available on Github.
You can contact us through our website at http://www.geobucket.org/contact