Aug 31, 2015 - Simian Productions announces the immediate availability of wobinich ("whereami" in English), an iOS App that allows users to easily share their location in a platform independent message. If a recipient doesn't have a smartphone or the sender doesn't know what kind of phone the recipient has, sharing a location is difficult. Based on Apple's iOS Location Services, wobinich allows a sender to share his latitude and longitude coordinates via an SMS message with a couple of clicks.
Aug 18, 2015 - The developers at Open Media LLC have created an innovative mobile app which allows users to keep up with their valuable possessions at all times. By using tiny tracking devices called beacons, the "Find My Stuff" mobile app keeps track of the exact location of any object to which a beacon is attached. Types of objects that can be tracked include car keys, bicycles, vehicles, musical instruments, wallets and purses, jewelry, pets, and even children.
Jun 25, 2015 - Hunter Research and Technology is excited to offer its flagship augmented reality navigation app Theodolite for 50% off during a special summer sale. Theodolite is a multi-function viewfinder for iPhone and iPad that combines a compass, two-axis inclinometer, rangefinder, GPS, map, nav calculator, tracker, and geo-tag photo/movie camera into one indispensable app. Theodolite is great for outdoor enthusiasts, professionals, students, teachers, explorers, and high-tech gadget lovers.
Jun 18, 2015 - Cynapse today announces Localscope 4.3, the much awaited update to the quintessential location browser app for iOS devices. Localscope's unmatched location discovery experience lets users tap into geo tagged information from multiple local search engines, social networks and media sharing services, serving up unprecedented results around a location. Version 4.3 adds Uber integration. Search results from Google and Facebook have been improved and the Wikipedia source now works again.
May 26, 2015 - UK based Open Media LLC today introduces Find My Stuff 1.0 for iOS, their new app that can help anyone locate missing items. Simple to install and working with all popular iBeacons, Find My Stuff is based on the concept of the Internet of Things and is built to locate items such as keys, wallet, and other easily lost things. It can also be used to keep a watchful eye on valuables by sending notifications to users, alerting them of the whereabouts of an item, at any given time.
May 21, 2015 - Prague based Flow Studio today introduces Arrive 1.1, its new location-sharing app for iOS and Apple Watch. Arrive is great for anyone who needs a quick, easy way to tell contacts where they are. Insanely simple to use, anyone can set how long they want to share their position. Then Arrive sends an SMS message with a unique map link to one or more of their existing contacts. The recipient can view this map in the Arrive app or in any browser until it expires.
May 14, 2015 - Swipe & Tap today introduces Tent Finder 1.0.1, their new navigation app developed for iOS and Apple Watch. Tent Finder makes it simple for users to easily tag a location such as their camping spot or car location directly on their Apple Watch, which can be accessed later on to find your way back to your saved location. Users can easily see details on a map to where they left their tent or parked their car, as well as retrieve a list of locations you have saved on your Apple Watch or iPhone.
Apr 22, 2015 - Outback Touring Pty Ltd today introduces Australia Offline Maps and Offline Navigation 1.0 for iOS, an app that provides full turn-by-turn voice navigation without the need for any data connection. Perfect for outback touring where travellers are often out of mobile data range, this app downloads all the necessary maps in the initial purchase of the app. Australia Offline Maps and Offline Navigation is inexpensive, simple-to-use & offers 3D-view with user options for 2D view during navigation.
Apr 15, 2015 - FutureTap GmbH today announces Where To? 8.0, an update to their popular local search app for iOS devices. Where To? finds all sort of locations, with everything from foods and fashion to hardware stores and the next post box. This GPS-based app offers more than 700 business categories, many of them even drilled down to various brands. Version 8.0 now supports the Apple Watch, showing favorite places and categories, offers voice search, shows location details and starts turn-by-turn directions.