Tracker for iOS
With our official GpsGate iOS Tracker app, you can use your iOS devices as trackers to report to GpsGate.
Note: to use this app, you need an iOS device that has built-in GPS in it.
Download the app
Download the app on your iPhone or iPad by scanning the QR code using the Camera app and get direct access to the store.
- iOS (link)
GpsGate configuration steps
Now we will create the iOS user and link that user with our iPhone/iPad. To do so, follow these steps:
2. Create a new user by clicking on + User button.
3. On Device 1, select iOS
4. Click on Save
5. After clicking on Save, the QR code will show up.
Scan this code using your iPhone
You can find the Scan QR code option under the Settings screen in the iOS tracker app.
The QR code will fill in the server URL or IP address and the Identifier.
These settings can be modified afterward if required.
Protocol: select the appropriate server protocol
Host/IP: type the hostname or IP address of the server you’re going to use
Port: type the port (default port for HTTP is 80, 443 for HTTPS). Read how to set up your server to have HTTPS support.
IIS name: it is only necessary for self-hosted servers
Identifier: this is the client’s identifier. You can generate or input one on the server-side editing the user.
GPS accuracy: Shows if the current GPS accuracy is suitable for tracking
Server connection: Shows the current server connection status
GPS tracking: Turns GPS tracking on or off. If you turn on GPS tracking, the app will run in the background and collect tracking data when possible.
Server connection: Turns the server connection on or off. You can choose to leave the server connection on all the time for real-time reporting or turn it on only when you want to start reporting data to the server.
Send SOS: lets you send the SOS signal to the server. You can configure SOS as shown here.
DBG: if you shake your device, you can access the debugging interface. This is useful if you want to capture logs from the application.
Problems with the iOS tracker app?
Please, read our troubleshooting guide for iOS tracker first to answer some of the most common problems reported using the app.