Linux News Today: uNav GPS Navigation App for Ubuntu Phones Now Lets Users Share Locations
Just a few minutes ago, December 11, 2015, Ubuntu app developer Marcos Costales had the great pleasure of announcing the general availability of a new update for his awesome uNav GPS navigation app for Ubuntu Phone devices.
The uNav app has been updated today to version 0.35 bringing the ability to share your current location or a specific location for an event with friends on Telegram, Messaging or Google+. The new sharing functionality has been implemented in uNav, and all you have to do is to click on the map, then click on the Share button and choose an app.
“Imagine you’re in a new bar and you want to share the position with your friends on Telegram or Google+, or you want to share your next awesome event with an easy link like this: http://unav-go.github.io/?p=51.4589,7.0074, or even you can create a QR code with that URL,” said Marcos Costales.
Your Ubuntu Phone friends can easily access the links you shared with them via the uNav application, which they must have installed, of course. Otherwise, they can also access the shared links without uNav or from an Android device or a PC via a web browser. Check the image gallery below for more details. uNav 0.35 is live in the Ubuntu Store and you can install it on your Ubuntu Phone right now.