Tells you where you are, in case it’s been a heavy night
by on August 21, 2010
Like so many Bada utility apps, this is a one trick pony. It bills itself as a single-button app to tell you your present location.
You can set several zoom levels as well as send a link to your location as displayed on Google Maps to friends via text and email.
Doesn’t sound like a one-button app to us, and – guess what – it’s not. As well as a slider for map detail (why not just rely on the browser for this?) here are three buttons on the main screen to tell you your present location – which opens a map in your browser – as well as one each to text and email.
The app is a bit restrictive even then as people you want to email or text have to be set up in your phone’s contacts. There’s no option to type in an email address until you’ve actually clicked on a contact. An additional problem – and perhaps more significant is that the app failed to pinpoint our location initially, though this wasn’t the case for too long. Could do with a bit more work.
Buy this app: Download the MyLocation app now
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