Geo Text

Geo Text


GeoText is a simple application that will retrieves your GPS location and convert it into an Address and conveniently place it into SMS text.

Practical use:
Kids relaying their location to their parents for pickup when they are at an unfamiliar place.

Getting a tow truck when there are no visible landmarks or street signs in view.

Tag: Map, Location, Url, SMS, Text, GPS, Texting, Towing, Lost

Recent changes:
-Utilization of Network Triangulation
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
27
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
3
File size
123 kb
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About Geo Text
GeoText is a simple application that will retrieves your GPS location and convert it into an Address and conveniently place it into SMS text.

Practical use:
Kids relaying their location to their parents for pickup when they are at an unfamiliar place.

Getting a tow truck when there are no visible landmarks or street signs in view.

Tag: Map, Location, Url, SMS, Text, GPS, Texting, Towing, Lost

Recent changes:
-Utilization of Network Triangulation
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
Geo text I just installed it, but the description looks awesome! ! I'll update & let you know how well it worked under real world stress environments.
A Google User
Dec 18, 2012
Doing it all wrong. The app doesn't give the GPS receiver enough time to sync with the satellites (as another reviewer has already said), and you shouldn't be trying to send an SMS through the app when there's absolutely no need to. Use Android's Intents system and let me choose the app to share the information with. I can then select SMS from the list and pick the number I want to send myself. It'd reduce the complexity of the application.
A Google User
Dec 18, 2012
Doing it all wrong. The app doesn't give the GPS receiver enough time to sync with the satellites (as another reviewer has already said), and you shouldn't be trying to send an SMS through the app when there's absolutely no need to. Use Android's Intents system and let me choose the app to share the information with. I can then select SMS from the list and pick the number I want to send myself. It'd reduce the complexity of the application.
A Google User
Aug 17, 2012
jn mwa
gajendran
Aug 17, 2012
jn mwa