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    We have given every 10ftx10ft square in the world a unique 3 word address. You can use the what3words app to discover, search, and share a 3 word address, and to get directions.

    Search for a location or press the locate me icon, zoom in on the map to see the grid and move the pin to see the 3 word address change for every square. Tap the wordbar to share a 3 word address or get directions to it in a navigation app, or use the compass mode to navigate by simply following the pointer. And you can do it all offline and in your own language.

    Use what3words to share the precise delivery point for where you live or work; organise the perfect meeting spot or pinpoint hard-to-find places on your travels.

    The app is a great tool when a street address is not accurate enough or doesn’t exist.

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    Users comments

    nene ahmad

    by nene ahmad

    Jun 18, 2017  |  "Good"

    Good

    Richard Stanley

    by Richard Stanley

    Jun 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome development. Genius idea.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jun 11, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    What a major navigation innovation ...well done with such a simple and effective solution

    ax el

    by ax el

    Jun 10, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    what a nice concept! some type of visual guiding and/or routing-integration would be killer but for now, w3w does what it needs to do and does it very well!

    Bob Hiltner

    by Bob Hiltner

    Jun 10, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Spectacularly smart idea. In terms of mundane but important things like finding each other--great. In terms of worldwide use, in areas without address schemes (developing nations, nature, etc.), it makes a simple way to remember and communicate about a place. Consider emergency response, for just one example. The implications are huge. One can't remember a pair of 6 or 8 digit lat & long coordinates, but this is readily rememberable and shareable. Impressive.

    Steve pekarski

    by Steve pekarski

    Jun 09, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Sucks nothing else to say