The only feature I wished it had was to be able to import and export the GPX files via iTunes sharing for those occasions when you don't have access to Wi-Fi. Although that doesn't happen often, when travelling overseas sometimes you just don't get a change to connect all your devices to the same Wi-Fi network. It happened to me a few times and I was excited to get my photos into Aperture and geotag them.
Well, a few days ago GeoTagr got updated and this feature is now available. In addition, they've added other things like:
- Support for geotagging of photos stored in the iPhone photo library
- Folder selection when geotagging Dropbox photos
- Download the GPX file of any recorded track via a browser
- Interval based recording modes also work in the background
- Better Dropbox authorisation flow
- Save a track map to the Camera Roll
- UI improvements
- New app icon
If you're at all interested in geotagging your photographs, GeoTagr is the way to go.
The Liquid Wallet
If you've read this site for a while you know that I have a thing for small wallets. I reviewed and used the Supr Slim and the Snapback Slim. The latter has been my main wallet for about 6 months now.
Although there have been a bunch of similar minimalistic wallets since, I haven't seen one that interests me enough. But the Liquid Wallet has changed that. It looks pretty cool and it's a clever design. They have a Kickstarter running with 43 hours to go, but they've already doubled the amount pledged. And it's also designed in Australia, so there's that.
Federico Viticci on how he uses Pinboard
Pinboard is a great service and Federico did a great write up on how he uses it. It's full of information and a great read. Yes, it's geeky, but so am I.