100000+ Public Toilets Pro
A helping hand for when you're caught short in unfamiliar settings
100000+ Public Toilets Pro Review
by on September 21, 2010
Using GPRS technology, Public Toilets’ catalogue of more than 100,000 public and free to use restrooms will show you the closest available convenience for when you are caught short and unfamiliar with your surroundings.
Covering areas in the USA, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Italy, New Zealand and more, Public toilets not only highlights the closest available bathrooms but offers an image of the building they reside in making them easy to find when every second counts.
Disappointingly the search options and GPS locating features of the Public Toilets app are temperamental and clunky, offering locations neither near or, on occasion, in the same country as where you search or attempt to find your location from.
Unsurprisingly given its name the app’s key content is its catalogue of public toilets and yet sadly even on this front it fails to hit the mark. Whilst there is undoubtedly a large selection of restrooms to choose from, they are sporadically located around the globe and miss a number of obvious and convenient locations such as shopping centres and supermarkets instead presenting occasionally out of the way areas that include obscure museums and business parks.
If you find yourself desperately needing the bathroom, it may be simpler to just ask a passer-by than whipping out the iPad and attempting to trawl a global database.
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