Public Location Badge

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3.3
55 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This App allow you to easily share your Android device position with your friends.
No sign-up needed and no new social network to manage.

You can share a link with your friends and they will be able to see your badge using any web-enabled device.
Badge can be customized witht a Nick name and a picture, no other info will be shared.

You can show on the map all your friends public badges, just add in the list the UserID of your friends,
in this way you can easily track your family components or friends group.
If you are late, your friends will see where you are.

If you want some privacy, just get a new UserID, your old one will be deleted automatically.

If you own a blog, a forum or a public website where your position is important,
and you was using Latitude public location badge, this App is what you need.
Just include the web page showing your position in your blog and that's it.

Turn on History, the App will save your locations to your SD card, in this way you will never loose your old positions and you can keep track of the places you visit.

Visit www.publicbadge.com to see "virtual"demo user moving around the country and instructions for website integration.

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Updated on
Feb 28, 2016

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3.3
55 reviews
A Google user
March 24, 2016
cute one
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A Google user
June 28, 2014
It's been great, but some update has changed the notification icon... The notification icon now comes and goes, I wish it would stay there permanently to remind me that the app is running. Also, the message "acquiring your position" flashes up in the notification area from time to time. Does this have to happen? It's distracting - I wish it would just acquire my position silently. An app like this that runs passively shouldn't be popping up notifications.
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TheMonster
November 25, 2013
now it works with ie11 too Regards
A Google user
September 25, 2014
I can post it on my site for my users to know when i'm @ their location. Only issue I have is my version doesn't allow for the nearby location for a city level only view.
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What's new

ver:46
better tracking support