Posted by Adam | Jul 06, 2011 | Comments 0
3y3.net today announces Locator GPS 1.5 for iPhone 4 and 3GS, their app that allows users to continuously track the location of any iPhone that has the software installed. Ideal as a means of finding a lost or stolen iPhone, for transportation fleet management, or to follow the whereabouts of family members, the app works in the background even when the iPhone is turned off. The app periodically sends position updates to the 3y3.net server, and one purchase covers an unlimited number of iPhones.
Posted by Press Releases | May 11, 2011 | Comments 0
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom – Emityme Solutions today is pleased to introduce UK ATM Locator for iOS, their new free Utility app that instantly finds the nearest ATM, anywhere in the United Kingdom. Finding a Cash machine while traveling can be problematic. Having finally located one, it is not uncommon to face a withdrawal charge of up to two pounds. UK ATM Locator lists every cash machine in the vicinity with the closest first and those imposing no charge at the top half of the list. The app includes in its database more than 66,000 bank and standalone cash machines.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 30, 2010 | Comments 0
Brooklyn, New York – Uncommon Projects today is pleased to update Marco Friend Locator to version 1.1.1 for iOS. The iPhone friend finder has been used in over 30 countries on 5 continents since launching in Fall of 2010. The current release adds numerous requested features from the users.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Brooklyn, New York – Uncommon Projects today is pleased to introduce Marco Friend Locator 1.0 for iOS, the free SMS powered app that shows the user’s location on a map, along with that of any friend with a smartphone so they can find each other easily. On launch the app displays the user’s position on a street level Google Map, and they may then ask their friend’s location using SMS. The recipient, who need not have the Marco app on his or her smartphone, can choose to respond. By doing so, the recipient connects to the Marco website which automatically reads the smartphone’s current location. Now linked, the user can see both their locations automatically, and may request directions if necessary.