Loved the idea and implementation I am really excited about this and it's been six months. So, it must be good. Had a bit of installation problem on my Lenovo, but support was prompt and to the point.
Novel idea Clearly usable idea for identifying locations anywhere and aiding communities with deliveries and emergency services to outlying parcels and odd, GPS resistant, addresses.
I love the idea... The concept is brilliant. Wherever you are in the world you can meet up - city, forest, desert, shopping mall... The more people who use this the more useful it'll be.
Brilliant Only thing missing....1 ability to store visited addresses in app as list. 2.built in share button
Excellent Hats off to the idea.
I installed this app ages ago (seems like more than 2 years, if it was around then), but I've not used it since. I opened it today to see how it had progressed. The app is stable and clean, but sadly it hasn't reached its potential. The concept is a clever one, but in its current form I believe it will only have niche appeal. The problem is, despite the ease of use and the hard work by the developers, it will never replace traditional coordinate methods, because people may be bound by other constraints that mean it's not possible to change over to this system. For w3w to make real traction, it needs to provide a way to seamlessly transition between the formats. Important ones for my use case (in the UK) are "Nearest Postcode", "Ordinance Survey Grid Ref" and Standard Lat/Long Coordinates. A page where all these are listed with the w3w string, where each one can be copied or shared, seems like the logical solution. The functionality would obviously need to be available in the app, on the website and via the API. Even though this sounds like a lot of criticism, I really do hope that w3w does become mainstream, because the world needs something like this.
UI improvements & bug fixes.
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