Yes, GPS can be accessed via the Location keyword, see https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/signals/
You can get the latitutude, longitude, and altitude. There is also the Compass keyword which you may find useful.
Not sure what kind of example you are after, but here is one: Create a label control, change its Text property to
Location.Latitude & "," & Location.Longitude
and it shows your current position.
Hi to All
I add an image and in the image property I add this "https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=9.91785514,-84.0405296&zoom=18&size=900x900&ke..." and I could see ir in the map
Can I add another point?
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