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TrackProfiler.com – Share Your GPS Tracks

TrackProfiler is a new web service for the sharing of GPS tracks. Such a service is ready-made for those who love trekking, jogging, cycling and (generally) all the people who take their sports seriously. They will be able to share the best routes they have discovered in their years as sportsmen. And they will also be able to edit them later on, and make both annotations and corrections on the spot. And a service like this one is also...

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Syncuz.com – Plan Events Using Your Mobile

Syncuz is a new mobile tool that lets people who are taking part of the same event become synchronized and leave both messages and updates for each other. And since the whole process relies on maps and GPS, the experience of users is a truly contextualized one. Events can be easily created and updated using Syncuz, and all the people that one wishes can be invited to attend. That is, all the people that one has on his address book can...

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Crowdbeacon.com – Ask Local Questions

Crowdbeacon feels and behaves like a mobile version of Quora. Let me explain: Crowdbeacon is an iPhone application that lets people find experts that could advise them on anything, based on their current location. That is obviously determined using the GPS of the phone, and the idea is bringing the insight that a site such as Quora is known to provide into a level that is even more relatable. Users of Crowdbeacon can categorize their...

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Shaloc.com – Share Your GPS Location

If sharing your GPS location with all your friends and/or colleagues is what you need done, then an application like Shaloc is bound to make your day. Not only will it let you have your GPS location shared on the spot, it will actually let you do it for free – Shaloc can be downloaded at just no cost. You get the app, and in a simple tap you will begin sharing your location with all your friends. And another tap will let you...

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OnTimeMobileApp.com – Better Mobile Calendars

OnTime aims to lead the way into the future of mobile calendars by offering something nobody else has offered before: a calendar that is actually powered by GPS. From a practical standpoint, this means that the application can intelligently keep track of all the meetings that you have to attend, as well as all the pending items on your to-do list. And since OnTime actually creates a mobile link to your existing Outlook or Google...

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