iPhone to help find your parked carJuly 16th, 2008 - 1:30 pm ICT by IANS
Daytona Beach (Florida), July 16 (IANS) A software developed by a US company enables the recently launched Apple iPhone 3G to give turn by turn directions, that help people find their parked vehicles. The software called G-park utilises the new iPhone’s in-built global positioning system (GPS) feature.
After parking a vehicle car, the user hits the “Park me!” button on the phone screen to drop a GPS flag on the parking location.
To find the parked car, the user hits the “Where Did I Park” button and the phone guides the user to the vehicle by giving directions.
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