Read New Fleet app preview release.
GpsGate Fleet is a multi-platform fleetoverview app designed for mobile devices from the ground up. Streamlined map, vehicle list, and plugin views let you access the information you need fast. Available for iOS, Android and the web.
This application welcomes Android and iOS to the GpsGate family, with native apps designed to give your customers a responsive view of GpsGate on their preferred mobile device. Most of the enhancements present in this application are also available for mobile web users.
A responsive design that maximizes the screen space available on your device. The user interface should be easy to use and intuitive on any device, but tablets and laptops have bigger screens. If you have the space available, you want to make use of it.
Screen-based workflow that allows you to work the way you want. If you want to keep an eye on the map, vehicle information, or dashboard statistics you can keep that screen as your focus. Switch easily between different screens with one tap.
Real-time updating of vehicle positions and alerts. As soon as the server is aware of new information, it will be pushed straight to your GpsGate Fleet app. There is no delay between refreshes. If your server knows something has happened, you know.
The Dashboard plugin
You can keep the mobile Dashboard running on your device to see real-time information on the health of your fleet.
1. Download the app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play store or search on the stores for GpsGate Fleet.
2. Open the app in your phone and enter the shortest URL that enables you to access GpsGate server (without the http/https references).
3. The app will download the latest version of GpsGate Mobile installed on your server and your user will be ready to go!
Please note that the first download might take some time on slower connections. We recommend using a WiFi connection to download your first update as it may be a few megabytes in size.
Updates after the initial download should be much faster.
4. Login with the desired user of an application.