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And if someone hadn’t downloaded the app, you can still send them a link to your location.
There are, of course, many other location-sharing apps, and a broader category of similar apps under the horrendous buzzword “So Lo Mo”.
Then the app shows you a list of your friends, and you choose who to share it with.
(You can also add an image or a message to the pin.) Once other users get notified about your location, they have the option to share their location with you.
Your friend listens and responds right away, or waits until it’s convenient3. FEATURES** Feel close to those you love, no matter the distance** Talk all you want, no limits** Watch all you want, messages don’t disappear** Look and feel awesome with fab filters** Easy to use and easy on your data plan :)KEEP IN TOUCH ON THE GO** Sing happy birthday to your friend through the movie star filter** Say “good night” to your bf with the night vision filter** Send your friends a clip of your awesome vacation ** “Stretch out” a conversation if you’re busy or use it like a walkie-talkie for non-stop fun** Stay connected wherever you are: in the subway, waiting in line, at a concert…** Have a group conversation with your besties so everyone is kept in the lop Bye-bye phone tag and awkward voicemails..hello Marco Polo!
A smartphone app called Marco Polo aims to make it easier for users to find and meet up with their friends.
(I’ve certainly had moments where I realized that I didn’t really want to share a given location with someone — but I didn’t have the guts to unfriend them on Foursquare, so I just didn’t bother sharing at all.) He also pitched the app as part of a trend of people wanting to share more privately, for example with Snapchat.
(Update: A couple of people also brought up Glympse, which may have a similar aim but achieves it in a different away; as I understand it, you continually share your location for a set period of time.) The app actually represents a shift for the startup, which was previously known as Pinchit, and which started out as a daily deals site with seed funding from investor (and “Six Californias” advocate) Tim Draper, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, and others.