Ad heavy and is useless since Google maps lets you drop a parked pin where your GPS is at the moment you park either by arrival screen with a slide button or if you tap your blue gps dot on the map and select save parking. Update: automatically installing unwanted apps that are ad heavy and automatically opening themselves without permissions. Definitely don't install. Use Google maps instead
I spent a LOT of time reading your reviews along with 3 other similar apps. What I found was a developer that cared about the users that are having REAL problems understanding your product. A suggestion to those who are having problems: Open "Find My Car". In the upper right corner there are 3 vertical dots. Click on that. Select HELP! Read those notes several times before writing a review or send DS an email One other suggestion: After you press "Find my Car", and the app does, you must move in a direction, any direction, so the GPS can figure out which direction you are facing. After that it is simple! Go the direction the arrow is pointing. I got the trial, used it a couple of times and purchased the upgrade! Thanks to the folks at DS Software. A fine job!!
I usually have no problems finding my car in big lots, except at night, especially when it's daylight when I leave my car to go to my event. Although I do eventually find my car, this app saves me the time wandering through the lot by directing me to my car precisely. Although some of the things the app posses might be kind of complicated, taking the time to understand them has helped me a lot.
Would have never located my car in the county fair parking area. It's a great app, that I've used for years.
This is a handy tool to save having to keep adding places to Google maps. Great for mall parking lots.
- You can now add a note to your car's location.
- The app is now available in the following languages:
* Farsi (Persian)
GPS navigation app for hiking, biking, geocaching and other outdoor activities