Starting tomorrow, Sunday, in Spain, begin to soften the measures of the confinementallowing under the age of 14 years to go out to the street to be able to give small and short walks, for an hour maximum and in the environment of a kilometer, a maximum of around your home.
As A result of these measures, if we are going to take a walk under the street we are interested to know the boundaries, to where we can go to not exceed that mile away and thus avoid possible sanctions.
A quick and easy way to know how much is 1 km from our house is through the web application 1km.geomatico.it is. By clicking on the map where is our house, or by granting the corresponding permission of location, will delimit the area in which we can walk quietly, following the rules set by the government. Another way is to create a GPS alarm that jump when we overcome that kilometer.
So you can create Alarm GPS
To do this we need to download the application Wake Me There from the Play Store. It is a GPS alarm from the creators of the browser MapFactor Navigator, and although it is designed to awaken those who sleep in the public transport when you have reached your stop also serves to let us know when we have abandoned a particular region.
To do this, once the application is installed and accepted by the location permissions, so we just have to click on the icon GPS alarm, write, or tap the location of our house, down to put a perimeter of 1,0 kmand what’s most important to change the option “When entering” by “When you leave”. In the top menu we already can select the alarm tone, volume, vibration, and cía. We give to save, assign a name and we already have list our GPS alarm.
Once you have activated the GPS alarm, Wake Me There will work in the background, checking every few seconds to our location. Once we overcome that mile distance to our home will begin to sound the alarm. Once the timer goes off will not jump until the back to activate.
In the app settings you can adjust the frequency of update of our location if we don’t want is checking our location every few seconds.
Wake Me There – GPS Alarm
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