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bennyinwa

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#230406 22-Feb-2018 16:44
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Never forget where you park or your favourite places you want to go back to by using this free application that can work online or offline on your mobile phone.

 

Try https://bennyinwa.github.io/WhereDidIPark on your mobile Chrome browser and click on triple dot on your top right-corner of your browser and click 'Add to Home screen' in order to add an icon on your phone so that it can be opened easily when you need it just like the native application.

 

I've written this application free and safe to access for anyone. If you guys find it handy, please let me know by commenting on my blog http://askbenfirst.blogspot.com.au/.

 

Thanks and have a good day!

 

 

 

EDIT: MOD - removed links to abide by forum rules. Can be added back in if user returns, and is not just link dropping. 

 

EDIT: MOD - Links added back to post.


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cadman
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  #1962349 22-Feb-2018 17:01
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This is a bit spammy...


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  #1962355 22-Feb-2018 17:16
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I have let is slide, part way. If they come back to partake in the forums, then the links can be reinstated.


 
 
 
 


bennyinwa

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  #1981717 22-Mar-2018 20:42
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Hi Cadman & Moderator,

 

I'd reword my free app contribution to this forum as follows. I promise there will be no ads. This is just to share my creation for everyone who needs it.

 

Never forget where you were anymore

 

I've created an HTML5 application to help myself remember places when I'm travelling overseas, interstate, new neighbourhood such as junk collection, crowded restaurant and street parking and fishing spots recently:)

 

This application is safe and easy to use as it saves your photo, GPS coordinate with date/time stamp only on your phone (not internet). It also works online and offline and supports multiple languages. I found it's very handy when going overseas where I didn't have internet connection most of the time.

 

https://bennyinwa.github.io/WhereDidIPark

 

Please let me know your thoughts and I'll try to improve it overtime. Thanks.


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  #1981719 22-Mar-2018 21:04
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Doesn't google maps do this...

 

 





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bennyinwa

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  #1981727 22-Mar-2018 21:13
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This app is complementing Google Map and is has been simplified to be user friendly with one press of a button to save photo and geolocation and date/timestamp in one place.

 

Also if you download Google Map offline before travelling, you can use this app to help you navigate to the crowded restaurants you've taken picture of previously or when you do street or indoor parking.

 

Hope this explain the purpose of the app. If you add the app to you phone homescreen, you can use it easily when you spot any place you'd like to go back to with picture memory:)

 

Thanks for trying it out and your query.

 

Have a good day! 


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  #1981729 22-Mar-2018 21:16
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bennyinwa:

 

you can use this app to help you navigate to the crowded restaurants you've taken picture of previously or when you do street or indoor parking.

 

 

 

 

I'd love to hear more about the restaurant navigation part.

 

 

 

Photo of parking location is a little more than google maps naively does, is a benefit.  

 

 





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  #1981745 22-Mar-2018 22:11
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Could be rather useful, I suspect, for those who are developing a cognitive impairment, at least in the early stages





gml


 
 
 
 


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  #1981750 22-Mar-2018 22:39
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Uses the front camera on my Galaxy, so I can only do selfies.

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