Android AppsFriend Finder
FriendFinder is an application integrated with Google Maps that will help you and your friends find each other no matter where you are. You can choose which friends can find you then fire off your location with just the click of a button; instantly your friends know exactly where to meet up with you AND they have a map with driving, walking, or public transportation directions. No more phone calls that sound like "No, I am on the other side of the street." or "Okay, now which section of the arena are you in?" You will love this app!!!
Let us suppose we have the following people who each have
FriendFinder installed on their phones. The table shows each person and
who they have selected in their Your Friends on their phone and which
friends they would be able to find on their Find Friends tab.
|Person with Phone||Your Friends||Find Friends|
|Matt||Jamie, Scott, Tom||Scott|
|Scott||Matt, Tom||Matt, Jamie|
|Tom||Matt, Jamie, Scott|
Tom must be a popular guy! Everyone selected Tom as their friend
and wants Tom to be able to find them, but Tom has not selected anyone
as his friend so nobody can find him. As you can see, just because some
allows you to find them does not mean you have to return the favor!
Your Location is how you update your location and optional note for your friends to see. This is how FriendFinder guides your friends to you.
Your Friends is where you select friends who will have permission to find you. You can uncheck friend(s) at any point if you no longer wish to allow them access to your location.
Find Friends contains friends who selected *you* as their friend. You can touch these friends and get maps with directions to the location they last updated.
StockStatus is an application integrated with real-time stock trade feeds. Unlike competing applications that simply show you the current stock prices StockStatus provides a database on the phone where you can enter your personal portfolio to track. Now you know "your" position in the market. You will love this app!!!
Let us suppose we have the following stocks in our portfolio.