Users of GPS enabled BlackBerry smartphones can now get a free application called Blip that allows them to share their location amongst friends, family and coworkers. Blip says its users get full control over who sees their location with the service.
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Blip allows users to track location history, view speed and direction when someone in their circle is on the move. Blip is also compatible with BlackLine's GPS Snitch vehicle security and tracking device. Blip is available now as a free download and is installed over-the-air from the Internet browser on the BlackBerry.
“Our Blip platform creates a Geo-Society that enables users to share their location to the people they know and ‘Share Your Where’,” remarks Patrick Rousseau, President and Co-founder of BlackLine GPS. “We are confident that consumers and businesses are ready to embrace this unique geo-social tool that unites personal and business networks. With Blip, social networking takes on the added dimension of geographic location. Consumers can spontaneously connect with their friends and family members nearby. Businesses are more efficient when they know exactly where their human resources are located. The response from public beta testing was overwhelmingly positive and we are excited to bring this to consumers and businesses worldwide,” adds Mr. Rousseau.
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