Yes: send you your log, open the email on your desktop computer, copy the content starting into a textfile and add the .gpx extension to the filename. Ready you are. I made a page where are some links to upload your gpx and watch the track on a google map. You can also upload the track to OSM.
Here is the link to the page:
L\’Haut-Parleur » Sammlung von online GPS-Tools
Some general usage infos:
Start the app, it will try to get your position using GPS. In same cases it will take some time to get your position, then it might just use a rough assumption. You can see the error of your position location in the bottom info strip.
The app will just starting logging your position, you can see your track in blue and in the bottom strip also the ID of your track (date + time of the starting point).
The app follows your position and downloads OSM tiles whenever necessary, use + and - to zoom in or out. Use the reload button to have it refresh the map tiles in case something went wrong. When you start moving the map, it will release the connection to your current position and the zoom-level display will display "move". Click on it to access the list of targets or to jump back to your current position.
Use the send button to send your current location or the current track by email.
Use the menu to access the settings. Here you can switch the different OSM renderers (use the refresh button to reload the tiles). Also you can specify the error level which will used to draw your path or to convert the log into gpx. A good value is below 100 meters (sorry for only supporting metric units).
The bottom strip also shows you the altitude which the GPS reports and the elevation of the ground as it is stored in the NASA database. Therefore MapTool asks about the elevation value every 10 seconds. It will be adjustable in a later update.
Hope it was enough documentation for the beginning.