Localscope – Location App adds YouTube, Dianping and 40 Navigation Apps
Mumbai, India – Cynapse today released a great update to Localscope, its location search and discovery app that offers a window into the world around you. Localscope 4.1 for iPhone gained YouTube and Dianping as new sources, support for 40 new navigation apps, and more tools to help you find just what you need.
Localscope 4.1 is a major update to Cynapse’s location search and discovery app for iPhone. After a major 4.0 redesign for iOS 7 in December, this update brings YouTube and Dianping – the “Yelp of China” – as new location sources. With the addition of 40 new navigation apps for turn-by-turn directions, Localscope can now search nearly 20 location services and get directions from 63 turn-by-turn apps including Foursquare, Yelp, Google, Flickr, Wikipedia, Citysearch, Garmin and Navigon apps, and much more.
The entire Localscope experience was improved for version 4.1. Users can now share locations via the popular WhatsApp messenger, open links in Google Chrome, and control a number of other features requested by the Localscope community.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 6.8 MB
Pricing and availability
Localscope 4.1 is available now, exclusively in the App Store, as a free update for all existing users. New users can pick up Localscope for just $2.99 (USD). If you’re a writer and need an App Store review code or have any questions, please email us.
Headquartered in Mumbai, India, Cynapse invents software products that benefit fundamental aspects of everyday life. Its mission is to evolve the way people create, consume and communicate various forms of information. Cynapse is the creator of open source Enterprise 2.0 software Cyn.in, provider of the realtime collaboration software Sync.in and inventor of Localscope and Phlo for the iOS platform. Over 10,000 businesses and institutions and millions of users across the world benefit using Cynapse technology. Copyright (C) 2014 Cynapse. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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