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Free Location Based App by MapMyIndia for Android, iPhone and Blackberry


MapmyIndia has launched a new app for Android, iPhone and Blackberry users. The app, ShowNearby, you can search all places of interest near you. So if you want to search for restaurants, ATMs, petrol pumps, retailers, coffee shops or hospitals you can just power on the app and search for the services. The application is powered by India's most accurate and detailed digital map data from MapmyIndia.

How the App works ? 

ShowNearby app identifies the user's GPS location and displays the information on the basis of the distance from the location of the user.

It also shows the address and phone number of the place the user wish to visit. The user can save the data in their phone and even share with friends via email or SMS.

Free : MapmyIndia provides this app for free to the users of Android, iPhone and Blackberry. It will also be available to Windows Phone 7 OS soon.

BlackBerry users can download through the BlackBerry App World.

Android users can download via Android Market.

iPhone users can download via iTunes App Store.

Or visit http://m.mapmyindia.com/shownearby/ from your mobile's browser.

 

 

 


Image Source : MaymyIndia

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  1. This is good news for smartphone user ShowNearby app is help them to search location of near by
    restaurant,petrol pump or another stall information.

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