Collaborating on the go. This is the nature of our modern life. Mobile application developers have produced numerous apps to help us collaborate when we are mobile. But, are these new service keeping customer data private?
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "share location."
Checkin King Will Help Make Managing Your Social Media Check-ins Much Easier
Checkin King provides a simple, yet essential, service for anyone looking to bridge the gap between the multitudes of social media outlets we use on a daily basis. Checkin King allows users to “check-in” using one simple app instead of having to fumble through various social media tools.
Catchif Works for the Location Aware
Catchif joins the crowded field of apps competing to share your location and keep tabs on others.
While Catchif works well, it may not be compelling enough to move you off of Loopt, Google Latitude, or any of the other more popular services that have developed a strong following.
Voice Mark Lets You Audio Tag and Go
Voice Mark — If you and your iPhone 3G or 3GS get around a lot, you may find it’s sometimes hard to remember your impressions about each place you've visited. GeoGraffiti’s Voice Mark provides you with the ability create audio geotags of each location that interests you as well as listen to the audio geotags created by other users of this app.
MeetWays Locates the Midpoint Between A and B
MeetWays—There’s a lake in central Massachusetts, not too far from where I live, called Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg, which is said to be one of the world’s longest place names.
TopVideo Sounds Good, but Misses The Point
TopVideo by Akinwale Ariwodola is a an application that aims to provide the user with the most popular videos from sites like YouTube and more.
However, TopVideo doesn't truly provide videos, plural.
iPhone 2.2 Update Ready to Download
Just like they said it would, this morning brings the much-anticipated version 2.2 update for iPhone. (iPod touch and iTunes also received their own set of updates.) There has been lots of speculation about what this new update would bring.
Zhiing Your Location to Anyone, Anytime
Zhiing combines the power of GPS and text messaging in an effort to bring you the ultimate location application.
Zhiing allows users to send a text message or “Zhiing” from their handset or desktop computers with their exact location to someone else.
GoodRec Focuses Recommendations by Highlighting Friends
Geo-location applications are cool when then they are simple, easy to use and don’t feel overdone. Goodrec is one of those apps. Goodrec offers recommendations on books, movies, wine, bars and restaurants.
Brightkite Enters the iPhone Geo-Location Market
Gone are the days when you need to enter a local chat room to meet new friends or have to send a text message to find your current crew. Geo-location applications like Moximity, Loopt, and Twinkle are sprouting up at a feverish pitch.