A mobile social network that enables you to share location information
by on August 14, 2010
The only barrier is that this app has popped up when other services like Foursquare are really beginning to capture the imagination.
It’s quite similar in some ways to services like Google Latitude, but enables you to post your location updates to a profile like Foursquare. It’s not the best in terms of the way the app works, but it’s reasonable and once you’ve cracked how to update your location status things should be easy from there on in.
We don’t believe it’s supposed to be your only social network – indeed you can share places with your friends on Twitter and Facebook.
However, you are supposed to take geotagged images using your phone which will then add to your rich tapestry of potentially compromising location data, recording your life through the places you visit.
The app is also available for other smartphones, so it may well be that the userbase will increase. As with all social networks, they’re only as useful as the number of your friends that are using it.
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