Internet drives the diversification of network applications. As telecommunication operators widely deploy wireless mobile communication networks, the public can access network services if they are within the wireless signal range of mobile base stations. Therefore, a mobile device with computing process ability can allow access to an ubiquitous network via mobile communication network. The Android platform released from Google allows users to modify source code freely, hence facilitating the development of software applications and improving user interface and performance. Such free authorization can safeguard developer's rights, and thus, it has commercial value. Based on the Android mobile phone, this study proposed the design and implementation of LBMMPS (Location Based Mobile Multimedia Pusher System), which pushes incident multimedia content to friends online in real time. The user can share incident videos, photos, and messages with other friends online in real time. By integrating GPS coordinates of incidents into Google Map, users can indicate the location where an incident occurs via a map interface. LBMMPS records the location of a moving trajectory of a special incident, and shows the incident's movements on the map.