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My GPS Coordinates

Easily share your GPS location via email, text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc

Easily share your GPS location via email, text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc

My GPS Coordinates

by TappiApps
My GPS Coordinates
My GPS Coordinates
My GPS Coordinates

What is it about?

Easily share your GPS location via email, text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc. The recipient receives a link to an online map with your position on it. Please note that GPS does not work well under a roof. For best results, use outdoors.

My GPS Coordinates

App Details

Version
2.9
Rating
(54)
Size
4Mb
Genre
Productivity Utilities
Last updated
December 23, 2017
Release date
December 8, 2014
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App Store Description

Easily share your GPS location via email, text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc. The recipient receives a link to an online map with your position on it. Please note that GPS does not work well under a roof. For best results, use outdoors.

Coordinate formats include:
- Degrees
- Degrees, Minutes
- Degrees, Minutes, Seconds

Share with any of the following map providers:
- Apple Maps
- Google Maps™
- Bing Maps™
- OpenStreetMap®
- Yandex.Maps
- HERE.com
- Custom URL

Other features:
- Copy coordinates to clipboard. (To paste elsewhere)
- Copy map URL to clipboard.
- Choose between light or dark theme.
- Set email to autofill when composing mail.
- Set phone number to autofill when composing text message.
- Create custom map URLs. Please refer to the help webpage for more information and examples.

Note that it usually takes several seconds for the satellite GPS receiver to warm up and provide accurate position data. During this time, it's possible to share an old location or an inaccurate location reported by cellular tower triangulation. This is why the 'time since signal received' and 'location precision' readouts exist. Red means bad.

Please also note that choosing the correct coordinate format is very important. Minutes and seconds are base 60, not base 100. For example, 2.50 degrees is 2 degrees and 30 minutes.

The datum used is WGS-84.
Please visit the web page for more details.

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