Android: How to share your location and GPS coordinates
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1. wendygarett posted on 16 Nov 2012, 06:55 2 0
nice and useful article :)
keep up the good work Nick
2. TylerGrunter posted on 16 Nov 2012, 07:46 2 0
Why so complex? Check that you have on you GPS/Wifi settings, go to WhatsApp, send a message with your possition to anyone in your list or to a group.
I never really understood the advantage of Latitude.
4. Cyan3boN posted on 16 Nov 2012, 10:24 0 0
with latitude enabled any of your ffriend for whom you have given access can view your current location as long as you are connected to internet, or else it will just list your last known location. whereas you have to list your location manually through whatsapp or viber
5. torr310 posted on 16 Nov 2012, 13:56 0 0
+1 to use the What's App. I don't want to share my location only when I need to. So latitude is pointless to me, while What's App does the job easily when needed.
3. NexusKoolaid posted on 16 Nov 2012, 09:56 0 0
You don't even need WhatsApp - through maps I can send my location to anyone.
The thing about Latitude though is that it's automatic. If my wife or kids want to know where I am they just call up maps on their phone or PC. I don't have to send anything.
7. jroc74 posted on 16 Nov 2012, 19:02 0 0
I wish I knew about this before today....
I was waiting for my kids mother to pick me up, I went somewhere she never been before. She called me while she was already on route. I had to talk her to where I was.
I need to keep this info handy.
8. tiburonpineda posted on 18 Nov 2012, 08:49 0 0
guys what about Glympse that's a cool app too.
9. BJRCollins posted on 18 Nov 2012, 12:29 2 0
Or you can just open the standard text messaging app, click the paper clip icon and press location. Hit send. Done.
10. jroc74 posted on 18 Nov 2012, 15:54 0 0
My oh my......you are a genius!!!! lol Thanks for this extremely faster way.
11. VictoriaBrownberry posted on 18 Nov 2012, 22:22 0 0
I actually find this, and location history very useful. It allows you to backtrack and/or cover for yourself by showing your location history.
12. AndyTrung posted on 01 Mar 2013, 00:25 0 0
I use a free app called KipTrak for Android phone that you can use to monitor. It's free and you can remotely control it's too. It save all your data so that you can see where your kid was yesterday and where he is now.