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Talemap

Talemap provides a very easy and fun way to manage and share real time and favourite locations. What differentiates talemap from other location apps is that talemap provides location information in easy to read text format (which we call tales) and…

Talemap

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Tags:
[location]
[share]
[social]
[map]
[travel]
[android]
Categories:
[Utilities]
Topics:
[Fun]
[Maps]
[Social]
[Travel]

Rating: 3.20/5 (5 votes)

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  • YP mobile

    Rating: 3.20/5 (5 votes)

    With YP, you can view comprehensive business details such as phone numbers, addresses, service hours, ratings, reviews, and more. YP's helpful integrated maps and driving directions use the device's current location feature to deliver accurate directions…

    Cats:
    [Personal]
    [Lifestyle]
  • iHound Phone and Family Tracker

    Rating: 3.20/5 (96 votes)

    iHound uses the GPS and WiFi, 3G, or Edge signals built into your devices to determine its location. Using the app and iHound Software's unique tracking website, you can: Track the location of your device: The iHound App wakes…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Here I Am

    Rating: 3.19/5 (232 votes)

    Let people know where you are! This application can send SMS or email with yourcoordinates and link to Google Maps.This link also opens in Maps application on Android and iPhone,…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Parallel Kingdom AOT

    Rating: 3.16/5 (94 votes)

    **** BEST APP EVER AWARD nominee in 4 categories **** 1) Best MMO 2) Best Augmented Reality Game 3) Most Creative Use of iPhone Hardware 4) Best Use of Location Services…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
  • Evry`U

    Rating: 3.13/5 (79 votes)

    Enter the world of social discovery - discover new people,make friends or flirt! Evry’U is a social discovery app that allows 'U to create many unique profiles, like multiple identities, all running in parallel, to express the different…

  • Pintail

    Rating: 3.08/5 (52 votes)

    Pintail is an application for Android phones. It was an experiment in "useful minimalism". It's now slightly less minimalist, but rather more useful. Pintail helps you to locate your phone. Use it to share your…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Sherpa

    Rating: 3.02/5 (52 votes)

    Sherpa discovers information about where you are and what you're looking for. What's beauty without brains? The app automatically learns your likes and dislikes, displaying surrounding restaurants, retailers and attractions…

    Cats:
    [Business]
    [Lifestyle]
    [Personal]
  • ScreenTribe

    Rating: 2.98/5 (58 votes)

    ScreenTribe is the best place to share what you're watching on TV and in theaters with a community of friends and other users. Earn points that can be redeemed for real life stuff while having fun and enjoying your favorite shows and movies.…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
  • PlaceMemo Lite

    Rating: 2.96/5 (26 votes)

    1 click to mark your favorite place like - parking lot to find your car- restaurants- theaters- public park...1 click to view locations in Google Map & get direction to it by GPSEmail place(s), Weather of recorded place(s) ..7 Notes available…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • #11 Handwz

    Handwz

    Rating: 2.95/5 (105 votes)

    HandWx is an Android application that delivers pinpoint weather forecasts and high quality radar images to the handset based on the phone's location (or a location you designate). Location, Location, Location HandWx knows where you…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Gas Detective

    Rating: 2.88/5 (60 votes)

    Gas Detective is a quick, easy and simple way to find gas prices and gas stations in the palm of your hand. Gas Detective is an Android-based application that uses location based services that provides the ability to…

    Cats:
    [Personal]
    [Lifestyle]
  • FindMyDroid

    Rating: 2.84/5 (92 votes)

    A true lifesaver is found in this 35kb package. This app allows you to remotely track or control your phone on demand when needed. Whether it's a thief, your car, or maybe your family with your phone, all you need is cell phone signal to track the…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
    [Personal]
    [Lifestyle]
  • PebbleBox

    Rating: 2.72/5 (18 votes)

    Pebblebox allows the user to publish and discover local events, theater schedules, housing, restaurants, tourism guide, etc. It is also a social platform in neighborhoods. Users can read and write geo-blogs, share experiences, and make new friends.…

    Cats:
    [Entertainment]
    [Lifestyle]
  • Theft Aware

    Rating: 2.70/5 (1473 votes)

    Theft Aware helps recover your lost or stolen Nokia or Android smartphone. It enables you to control and find your device in the event of loss or theft. NEW VERSION RELEASED Theft Aware 2.0 is now offically…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • ASBOrometer

    Rating: 2.67/5 (3 votes)

    ASBOrometer is a mobile application that measures levels of anti-social behaviour at your current location (within England and Wales) and gives you access to key local ASB statistics. ASBOrometer is…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]

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