Park your car, and use your phone to remember your parking spot using one or more of a variety of ways including pinpointing your location with your GPS, choosing your spot on a map, take a photo, and/or take a note. Notes are particularly handy when parking underground or multilevel car parks. There's also a handy parking timer that can optionally beep or buzz you when your time is running out.
Finding your car is as easy as following the map or compass, or viewing your photo. A handy display shows how far and what direction your car is in. Have trouble with maps and compasses? Use the Navigate option to launch Google's Navigation app to give you walking directions back to your car.
There's support for both metric and imperial units for whatever is your fancy.
Please bear in mind that this app will only be as accurate as your phone's sensors.
Please also let us know if there are any other features that you would like, or if you encounter any issues.
Potential upcoming features
Widget(s) for quick save and find
Voice recording - Save a quick recording, similar to taking a note.
An augmented reality view - This will use the camera to display roughly where your car is.
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To do so, within the application, just insert a keyword from _name, _fname, _lname, which will be automatically replaced when sending the message by respectively the full name, first name, last name of selected contacts.
So you send a custom message to multiple contacts by writing it only once!
Ideal for "Happy New Year" greetings messages that you send to your friends, prospects, customers ...
Smass is localized in English and French.
In Smass, I write the following message:
Hello _fname. I wish you a Happy New Year 2012:)
Then I press the Select contacts button and I select Tom Sawyer and Johnny Wilkinfon.
Then I return to application main screen and when I press the Send button, the application is responsible for sending two messages:
1/ Tom Sawyer: Hi Tom. I wish you a Happy New Year 2012:)
2/ Johnny Wilkinfon: Hi Johnny. I wish you a Happy New Year 2012:)
The application is available for all phones using Android 2.1 and later.
Each SMS sent is charged according to the contract you signed with your mobile operator.