For quite some time now, tech savvy people no longer need to ask strangers to point them in the right direction when traveling to unknown destinations. With GPS technology, you can go almost anywhere where Google and the other tech companies have mapped out for their GPS services.
As much as we appreciate the GPS technology, still they are a far cry from when being given direction by a human. A human will use very specific instructions paying attention even to the minute details on your path, like a bump, a yellow sign post, a bush, a rock, puddle of water etc. to make your navigation much easier.
Well, a new driving app launched yesterday on the app store, called Mapkin, which GeekWire praises it for giving direction to drivers like a human would do. Mapkin is said to not only give you the direction, but also it provides you with the instructions based on major landmarks on your route. It even includes traffic and other obstacles you might come across in your path.
Marc Regan, a Mapkin co-creator says, “GPS has two jobs; …read more