Thanks to Pixelpipe, Every Mobile Status Update Can Now Be Geotagged

first_imgTags:#news#web frederic lardinois A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… For services that already offer support for geotagged information, including FriendFeed, for example, Pixelpipe will just use those services’ native APIs to pass the information along. Pixelpipe already offered this feature when users uploaded geotagged media files, but now, the service will also enable this function for text-based status updates.We know that Twitter will soon enable its geolocation API, which will hopefully enable a whole range of new services, so for Twitter users, this is really just a stop-gap measure and there are already a few other services out there that offer similar features for Twitter. For now, however, if you want to send text-based status updates to multiple services, this is the most convenient way to include geolocation information with your status updates. Pixelpipe, an increasingly popular service that allows its users to easily post text-based status updates and media files to multiple social media sites, just released a large update of its mobile clients. Thanks to this, users can now attach geolocation information to status updates they send from Pixelpipe to over 30 services. Today, Pixelpipe will release this feature in new versions of its Android apps and then integrate this feature in the next iteration of its Nokia and iPhone apps as well. Now, when you send an update from Pixelpipe, you simply enable the “Geo On” button and Pixelpipe will include a link to a custom page with a map that shows your location. Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img

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