Still wishing the weekend was here? Us too. But to help your daily grinds, we released a small update over the weekend that makes Scout for iPhone even easier to use. We’ve added a new “Tips and Tricks” section in the app to help you discover cool features you may not have known existed within Scout.
Check it out:
Also, if you didn’t already know, you can share your location or a certain place you’re going via text, e-mail, Facebook and now, Twitter!
If you’re a current Scout user, download the update and let us know what you think! If you are new to Scout on iPhones, try out the 30-day free trial and we’d love to hear your feedback.
Waypoint 2013 has come and gone – and this year’s conference was full of intelligent and intriguing discussions about navigation technology. The annual conference was held in San Francisco, where Telenav hosted a group of influential tech journalists and analysts from across the country to talk about the future of mobile and in-car navigation.
In the above video, Waypoint 2013 attendees discuss their first impressions of the event and their views on the future of navigation.
Great news, everyone! We’ve just opened up more Scout for iPhone beta testing spots which means we can give more of you access to the next version of our product – before it’s available to the public. This includes access to ALL of our premium features, many of which are new to this version.
So who exactly are we looking for? Specifically, our team is looking for people who:
Thanks everyone for your interest in beta testing Scout for iPhone! We full heartedly believe that the best way to improve our products is to work directly with the people who use them. We can’t wait to see what you think!
As of today, there are over 500,000 apps in the App Store for iPhones.
From the crazy and fun games to streaming music apps to social networking apps, I find myself having trouble deciding what I want to download. The problem is, there are just too many apps to choose from!
Which ones are good, which ones are bad, and how in the world am I supposed to know what to look for?
Now many of these apps are using “location-based services” (also known as LBS) to make your app experience better. But while LBS becomes more and more common, to many people, it is still a relatively unknown feature.
In order to help answer find out more about location-based services, I looked to Feng Guo, a product manager here at Telenav, to help me figure out what LBS really means and why it’s something to be excited about.