MapQuest App is Updated With Location Sharing

Posted May 17, 2013 at 1:39pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6052 views

MapQuest has updated its iOS app with the ability to share your location.

Using MapQuest’s trusted directions, this free app speaks to you - telling you when and where to make a turn. Stay on schedule as MapQuest automatically re-routes you around traffic jams. Easily search for restaurants & other popular places with a single tap. Do all this and more by downloading the FREE MapQuest app today!

Features:
• Voice-guided, Turn-by-Turn Directions using GPS.
• Simplified Search – Look for restaurants, gas stations & more with a single tap.
• (NEW!) Share your current location, your destination, or a favorite business using email, text message, Facebook, or Twitter.
• Traffic-optimized Directions - We continually check traffic and will reroute you around traffic jams to save time.
• Live Traffic Conditions display – Updated every 5 minutes.
• Walking & Driving Directions – Either way, we'll give you the best route.
• Option to purchase an ad-free version at a very low annual cost once you download.
• MORE: Multiple-stop routes, landscape view, customizable avatars and much, much more…

What's New In This Version:
You can now easily share locations with your friends & family. Share your current location, where you're going, a favorite restaurant, or other location via email, text message, Facebook or Twitter!

You can download MapQuest from the App Store for free.

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Bob Fry - May 17, 2013 at 2:30pm
I like Glympse for location sharing.
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