Boost Answers "Where You At?"
Sep 12, 2006, 8:05 PM by (staff)
Boost yesterday announced a new application for its phones that finally lets users answer their famous "Where you at?" tagline. After downloading a Java application and asking for your friends' permission, Loopt will use the built in GPS on Boost phones to find where you are. You can then scroll through your friends' locations in order from nearest to farthest on a map. A user's location will not be displayed unless they have confirmed that they are a friend of a user and have chosen to show their location.
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what a great way
to spy on cheating housewives
Yeah...IF they choose to reveal their locations. It might be only me, but if I'm cheating on my spouse and she sends a "Where you at?" thing-a-ma-jig...I sure as h...
Ah, the dumbing down of American society...
Someone shoot me.