iOSTracker.Net- Look Consolidated.db Locations Details in Windows

After the News of Apple tracking your iPad, iPhone 3G and regularly tracks the location of your iOS device and records the co-ordinates along with timestamp in a hidden file, devs Alasdair Allan and Pete Warren created a wonderful OS X app called iPhoneTracker which allowed you to view said information from your Mac.

According to ModMyi site, Developer Tom Zickel (jailbreakers know him as db42, author of tweaks such as SBSchedule, SnapTap, and SpringSorter – he’s also on Twitter as @icebreak) has just released a Windows program called iOSTracker.NET which allows you to view this info on your Windows computer as well now

Tom Zickel description:

iOSTracker.Net displays the recorded location information from your iOS 4 Devices Backups on your computer that were done by iTunes.
This program is inspired by iPhoneTracker for Mac OS X and uses OpenHeatMap for displaying the locations on the OpenStreetMap infastructure.

iOSTracker.Net was coded by Tom Zickel (@icebreak).
No location information is recorded by the app itself, nor is it transmitted anywhere, the map downloads locally OSM map tiles and 2 JavaScript scripts and a Flash applet.

You can download the windows program at Zickel’s page for it,

[Via modmyi]

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