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Friday, August 6, 2010

Sorry IM Late v1.50

Sorry IM Late v1.50 |
Price: Free

People are always in a hurry to get somewhere. A common issue is to inform someone waiting for us that we are, let’s say, a bit late and maybe reassure him that we will be there in some time. It would be great if we could send a message to that someone telling him our approximate location and an estimate time to reach the destination ( maybe along with some excuses ) Sorry I'M Late was developed to achieve this task. This application allows a user to get his aproximate location and then send it to someone else though an SMS. While the idea itself is not new, my objective was in the first instance to create a User Interface as easy and friendly i could, secondly I wanted to exploit CellID localization instead of GPS. The last thing i wanted to do was to provide a more human readable message to be sent: most of the application i've tested, use GPS positioning to get a precise localization but then they send Latitude and Longitude coordinates or Google Maps links and usually when i want to tell someone where i am, i use street names instead of coordinates Some features: * Doesn't require GPS antenna * Finger friendly UI thanks to SenseSDK from Steady Software * Call history access to guess the most probable recipients * Native SMS application used to send message to allow last minute changes * Currently localized in 12 different languages (English, Italian, Czech, Polish, German, French, Spanish, Portoguese, Russian, Dutch, Swedish and Japanese) *new v 1.5* * Support for custom messages via template *new v 1.5* * Reduced bandwidth usage *new in v 1.5.1

Windows Mobile Pocket PC 5 , 6 , 6.1 .NET Compact Framework 3.5 required data connection is used to retrieve street names so be aware of this before you start the application