Oh S**t, Where Did I Park?

Oh S**t, Where Did I Park?

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OSWIP [\äz-wip\] is a tool to help you avoid losing your car. Whether you got totally tanked at the party last night or are completely brain-dead after a long business meeting, we are here to help. With just a couple button presses, you can save the GPS location of your car to ease your safe return at a later point in time.

Key features include:
- simple design, one tap to save or find car via GPS
- save your parking space information
- track your parking meter to make sure it doesn't run out
- receive a notification when parking meter is close to expiring

OSWIP?

Yes, we know we skipped the “D” in OSWIP, but OSWIP is way more fun to say, right? Right. ...OSWIP!!!!!

What makes us special?

OSWIP and her website have been coded and designed with love. Real love. Not from concentrate. We love you, and OSWIP loves you.

Tags: donde aparco, parking with floor location, aplicacion recordar donde aparco mi coche.

Recently changed in this version

Massive improvements to GPS speeds. Added a notification system that will alert you when your parking meter is expiring.


Comments and ratings for Oh S**t, Where Did I Park?
  • (16 stars)

    by Steven Meyer on 11/04/2014

    Out standing tool to help me find my car at the mall, amusement park, or out hiking in the wilderness. Thank you.

  • (16 stars)

    by J. Critch on 20/01/2014

    IT HAS ADVERTISEMENTS!!!

  • (16 stars)

    by Chris Schaecher on 31/12/2013

    I tried using this app in downtown Chicago. It hung at bringing up the map to my car and I was almost stranded because it took me 45 minutes to find my car on my own in 2 degree weather. Do not depend on this app.

  • (16 stars)

    by Nestor Guillen on 20/04/2013

    Try to save the place that I parked my car in the city of San Francisco and it could not do it

  • (16 stars)

    by dorothy mclaughlin on 31/03/2013

    so far so good

  • (16 stars)

    by Carolyn Clausing on 04/03/2013

    Either this is too complicated for me to operate or it is totally useless.

  • (16 stars)

    by Mark V Flowers on 01/02/2013

    When it works it works well but when it goes bad its horribly bad. So far its useless on cloudy and rainy days. But its free so ... its perfect.