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|15th August 2013, 01:48||#17|
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Re: Google Latitude: Rest in Peace
I would say a very bad decision by Google.
No way this would urge me or other latitude crazy people to Use Google+.
Latitude was Best and Easiest, Even My 70+ year old parents used it regularly.
Now its a Dark End to location sharing on android, infact easiest way is self destructed.
I used to be a above average "Google Mapper" and have stopped adding places since this was announced.
Hate google for this decision.
|29th August 2013, 15:25||#18|
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For Android users there is Life360, hemisphere and Swarmly. They also do history, though the time stamping and updates can get weird. Google has also released a low power 'passive' location API, and guess they want someone else to do the heavy lifting.
On iOS, Find Friends works just fine for Family (someone not on your AppleID). I also use PlaceMe, which like Latitude shows map & time stamp history, but is account specific.
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