Wanna find your friends?
Wanna share your location with friends?
Congratulations: YOU FOUND THE APPLICATION WHICH ALLOWS YOU THAT AND EVEN MORE.
"WAY - Where are you?" allows you to find your friends' locations in real time and/or send them free messages.
Now we just have one global permission by which you can enable/disable your location sharing.
"WAY - Where are you?" has social networks (now just Facebook) integration which means that you can find your social networks friends in real time.
"WAY - Where are you?" has grouping, which allows you to group your friends (WAY and other social networks) and send them messages just by selecting the group.
Possible ways to use "WAY - Where are you?":
* Sending messages to all your friends easy and free (no SMS).
* Finding/checking your friends' location where you're also invited.
* Finding your kids' locations and knowing where they are (without calling them).
* Sending your location to your friend.
This application needs following permissions:
* Fine (GPS) and coarse (network-based) location permissions are using to find your location for sharing.
* View network state and full Internet access permissions are for communicating with the WAY and/or other social networks services.
* Get account permission is for getting your email address for WAY profile, we use email address just for forgot password functionality.
* Read phone state and identity permission is for getting your phone number, be cause "WAY - Where are you?" using the phone number as the user's username.
* Receive boot completed permission is using for running our location sending service after phone reboots.
* Read contacts permission is for reading your contacts and matching with existing WAY users, to find already registered friends.
* Receive SMS permission is for receiving account verification SMS, which is necessary to activate your WAY account.
* Write external storage permission is used for caching images in SD card.
We always welcome feedback from you.
* Fixed Facebook login.
* Removed WAY account sign up (but old users that using WAY accounts can sign in).
* UI improvements