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Future iOS Devices Might Automatically Adjust User Settings Based On Location
The new technology is detailed in a recently published Apple patent filing.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| July 3
In iOS 8, Users Also Get Prompted When Apps Continue Monitoring Their Location
Apple is giving users more control over location access in iOS 8.
| June 6
AppAdvice Daily: Easily Share Your Location With These Apps
Learn how to easily share your location using Maps, Find My Friends, or Glympse on today's AppAdvice Daily.
| December 13
Gain A Sense Of Community Within Your Geographical Bubble Using Circle
Circle provides the best way to connect with those around you, with its uniqueness and ease of use making it a popular choice.
| December 10
Lawsuit Concerning iOS Location Tracking Thrown Out Of San Jose Court
Apple has fended off a lawsuit concerning location tracking in its iOS.
| November 28
Localscope v2.0: Your World Is Completely Reimagined In New Update - Plus A Chance To Win!
Localscope version two is here and we love what we see. Cynapse has completely revamped your GPS experience in this location app. We also have some copies to give away!
| December 19
GPS Punch! - Track Your Pesky, Lazy Employees With This Free App
GPS Punch! is a new iPhone app that allows employers to track their business-trip-attending employees via GPS.
| December 6
Localscope Is Half Off From Now Until Cyber Monday
Localscope is a great GPS tool and location app for the iPhone. It's only $0.99 for a limited time, so get it now!
| November 24
Here's How You Can Configure Location Reminders In The Reminders App
Here's how you can set up location-aware reminders in iOS 5.
| October 14
Discover New Things And Organize Your Social Life With Ban.jo
This social app will get you connected, and keep you going, no matter where you are or what you're looking for.
| October 12
Apple Job Listing Cites "Exciting New Features" For Location Services
In a recent job listing, Apple notes that the company is in the process of developing "exciting new features" for location services within the iOS.
| August 30
BitFlx: Real-Time Location-Aware Video Sharing
We've all been there: You're out on the street, something amazing happens, and you want to share it. Sure, recording a video and posting it to YouTube, and then sharing the URL around friends and family does the trick, but it's hardly exciting, riveting and captivating - mainly, because the experience isn't live. While there are applications for "citizen journalists," which allow users to broadcast live from an iPhone, these apps don't concentrate much on the social aspect of live broadcasts. Fortunately, one new app does.
| July 20
Foursquare Has 10,000,000 Users, App Gets An Update
The popular check-in service, foursquare, recently announced that it has acquired 10,000,000 users. In celebration, the service updated its iPhone application.
| June 22
OpenPaths: Save Your Location Data In The Cloud & Donate It To Research
OpenPaths (https://openpaths.cc) is an online service that allows iOS device owners to upload their location data to "the cloud," and even donate the data to research.
| May 12
Apple Hints At Upcoming Turn-By-Turn Feature In Today's Press Release?
Apple may have hinted at an upcoming turn-by-turn and traffic feature – which is rumored to be built into a future version of the iOS – in a press release that hit the Web earlier today.
Apple Responds To Locationgate With FAQ - Here Are All The Details
Moments ago, Apple uploaded a press release to its website answering some common questions on location data storage.
Use This Website To Access Your Stored Location Data, Then See How You Feel
The "locationgate" saga has been going on for a while now, and the news of Apple's Orwellian desire has even made its way into the hands of the mainstream press - at least over here, in the UK. If you've been looking for a way to safely access the location data on your iOS device since hearing the news, read on - because we have an awesome link for you.