Mobile Crowd Sensing (MCS) is a promising paradigm to collect large-scale network data globally. However, how to
motivate people to collect and share data is a challenge. We believe the major reason that many MCS systems are not pervasive is because there are no incentives for people to use them. In this paper, we present SensingGO, a system which
encourages people to keep sensing data by integrating incentive mechanisms. The sensed data are then transmitted to our
backend server. The data we collected and the source code of SensingGO are open to anyone freely. We also demonstrate
the analysis of real mobile data collected from SensingGO.