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- Fishing hotspots, charters and accommodation from around the world on Google Maps. User-generated content. Add your own locations.
- What is happening in your city. Streetmavens shows feeds of what is happening in your city and allows messaging, conversation. Photos coming soon!
- GeoFeeling geolocates feelings of bloggers on the map, making use of APIs: Google Maps and WeFeelFine which has been harvesting human emotions from a large number of weblogs: LiveJournal, MSN Spaces...
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Glympse, a service that allows GPS-enabled mobile phone users to temporarily share their location in real-time, has announced the availability of the Glympse platform allowing developers the ability to integrate real-time, temporary location sharing into third-party web and mobile applications. Glympse has also made available SDKs for iOS and Android as well as REST based APIs for use in websites and web based applications.
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