Munzee is a scavenger hunt via smartphone which is getting more and more popular. You need to find a certain QR-Code and by scanning it, it forwards you including your login information and current location to a website and logs your find as valid when everything seems alright. However, the app is not comfortable at all and runs quite unstable. Besides, Google Maps is used and causes a lot of traffic, so that scanning Munzees when roaming is active becomes a very expensive hobby. Their programmers could reinvent the wheel to handle the open issues but why, when there`s a real good application at least for the map part. So my idea would be to create a plugin for Locus that
1) imports the Muzees to locus
2) includes a stable third party QR-code scanner
3) log the found Munzees within Locus including the current GPS location and
a) send it instanty to Munzee.com when roaming is off
b) save it and send it later (via WLAN or whatever) to Munzee.com when roaming is active. This should be done in a secure way to prevent cheating.
Anyone else seeing a need for this?