Send My Location

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"Sharing My Spot"

Reviewed by / May 26, 2014

Share your location with your friends

Send My Location is a simple application which allows you to share your location with whoever you want, so they know where to find you. The app allows you to share it via social networks, mail or text message. The app is as simple as it seems, but it works well and does what it's supposed to. is the developer of Send My Location, a simplistic application which can be pretty helpful in the everyday life.

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Developer's original description available here
Have you ever wondered how to explain to someone where you are right now in the city? With the 'Send my location' app you can easily send a link to a map of your current location to a friend via text message or email. Anyone with internet-enabled phone can receive the map. A feature-phone with a mobile browser will also work as well as any type of smartphone. You can also just email the link with your position to anyone with Internet access or share it with social networks and messaging services like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp or Skype.
This app is the fastest way to tell someone ‘I am here’ and send them your positon.
Imagine the following situation:
I am dining with friends in a new restaurant. Another friend calls and asks me to explain where I am, so he can join us. Instead of trying to explain the location of the restaurant I just take my phone, start the app and wait for it to find my position on the map. I tap on the map to put a flag on the exact location of the restaurant and send the link containing its GPS coordinates to my friend's mobile phone as text message. My friend receives the message and clicks on the link inside. A map of my location opens inside Google Maps (if he has a smartphone) or inside his mobile browser (if he has a feature-phone).
Instead of having to give directions over the phone about my position, having to manually type my address or the GPS latitude and longitude coordinates in a text message or explaining my location with map direction I can simply say ‘here I am’ and send position with one click in this free app.
Share your location on Skype, Viber, Whatsapp, Facebook messenger and many other chat and social networking apps!

Recently changed in this version

Here are the major changes that come with Version 3:

* Streamlined user interface with a more modern and clean look
* Updated format of the map links sent by the app that works better with the new Google Maps
* Various improvements

Version 3.1:
* Bugfixes
* Updated ad providers

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Comments and ratings for Send My Location
  • (66)

    by meng ee lee on 13/04/2014

    Good way to send location to others media such as sms, email, whatsapp, we chat.... Love it!

  • (66)

    by Tom K on 10/04/2014

    I don't even know if it worked. All I got was a map with a flag. I have no idea what to do next and it doesn't seem to have any instructions.

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    by Sukh Kaur on 02/04/2014


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    by Kushagra Gupta on 25/03/2014

    It Is The best way to send location

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    by George Lim on 21/02/2014

    Stupid easy implementation that Google cant get it right, thanks for the app

  • (66)

    by Joseph Bleyor on 17/02/2014

    good app, able to solve my problem even though I wish the location could be displayed on the screen so I could say it to a friend during a conversation.

  • (66)

    by Joe Szabo on 24/01/2014