Google Updates Latitude and Places for iPhone
Mar 22, 2011, 12:14 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google recently rolled out a minor update to its iPhone Latitude application that lets Latitude users check into their location from their handset. Users must opt-in to use Latitude, and can manage privacy settings to control who sees what. Latitude can be set to automatically update the user's location as well, and will automatically check users in and out of places as they move around. Places for iPhone was also update, and it now includes support for 30 more languages.
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