How often do you search for nearby cafés, movie theaters or doctors on the internet? The results are more than satisfy most of the time provided “Location” is switched-on on your device.
A GPS chip embedded in your smartphone, when enabled, tracks your location based on co-ordinate axis there.
A mobile application or web application like Google Maps then maps that information on real world maps, showing exactly where you are.
A GPS device needs a continuous link to one or more satellites, in clear sky, to enable its action. That means GPS functionality tends to suffer in indoor conditions or on a cloudy evening.
Mobile application these days require a location to enhance personalization and makes the user experience more relevant. As a result,
mobile app developers are leveraging on various new and traditional technologies and method to make sure “Location” is available all the time to their apps,continue reading