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Thread: PosiMotion GPS Apps

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    Default PosiMotion GPS Apps
    Check these out! This company is putting together different GPS enabled apps for the iPhone/iPod Touch. They will be released with the App Store. Word is that they will work with the first generation phones/iPods as well... but I doubt they'll work quite as good.

    http://www.posimotion.com/

    G-Spot
    The Compass:
    Shows you what direction you are currently heading.

    Spot Me:
    A shortcut to pinpointing your current location instantly in Google Maps.
    Also creates a log of most recent locations.

    Share:
    Instantly email your current location. The email contains a link that when clicked, takes you into Google Maps and shows your exact location. Friends trying to find where you're at? Hit "Share" and email it to them, they can pull your exact location right up and get directions.

    Info:
    Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Heading, Speed, Accuracy, Date and Time of the most recent location update.

    G-Park
    G-Park in three easy steps:

    1. Park your car and hit the Park Me! button.

    2. Get lost.

    3. Hit the Where Did I Park? button. Brings up Google maps and creates turn-by-turn directions that will take you right back to your car!

    G-Park also provides an easy-to-use interface for additional details.

    G-Life
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    all the stuff these apps do is pull strings from the gps. its a joke for you to pay them $ for this app when they can all be made in under 20 min, and dont really do anything.

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    true, good point
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    Guys, can we focus on this app? Whether it is worth it or not, he is introducing it and that is it. Stay on topic...

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    uh, what the heck has happened to this thread? i just came across this website today and noticed they weren't anywhere on MMI so i thought i'd add them for people to take a look at. not really sure where the topic went from there...
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    There I got rid of all the nonsense. I thought everything might stop, but that wasnt the case, so I just cleared everything out. BTW, I'm moving this to Native App Launches...

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    Sounds like a really nice set of tools that Apple won't include with 2.0.
    All of them seem/are very useful.

    Whats the price target, if anyone knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajl917 View Post
    There I got rid of all the nonsense. I thought everything might stop, but that wasnt the case, so I just cleared everything out. BTW, I'm moving this to Native App Launches...
    Incidentally, I think I've smoothed things over with drunknbass, so any additional censorship probably won't be necessary on your part.

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    Not bad. Can't wait for the app store!

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