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App Description7Trac is an opt-in based location sharing system and user-provided traffic-monitoring system.
7Trac helps you to have peaceful time when you meet with people, go on a trip, monitor your family, and so on.
7Trac is very simple to use.
7Trac doesn't need registration.
7Trac doesn't have to sacrifice any privacy.
If you choose Power Save mode, you can save battery power in background mode. (iOS4 Only)
Traffic Speed Mode
7Trac shows 1-minute old real-time traffic conditions that is collected by 7Trac users.
When you drive, you can choose a fastest route with 7Trac.
You can monitor the speed of any road including a local road, if any 7Trac user has been there.
7Trac can provide more accurate speed information if there are many 7Trac users because every user of 7Trac provides speed data of his/her route.
Members of the same group can check all other member's location of 10-seconds ago.
Joining and unjoining a group is very simple and completely under his/her own control.
People who plan to meet don't need to call each other to check locations.
Separated friends and family at an amusement park don't need to call each other to meet again.
You can check the locations of children at all times to ensure children's safety.
When you go to conferences with your colleague, you know where everyone is.
If you encounter emergeny situation in car crash or falling during hiking, 7Trac will detect the impact and your status will be marked as emergency.
The name of the user in emergency situation will appear in red color in group mode view.
All members of my group can see my emergency status and come to rescue me since we all know where I am.
If you run into an emergency situation, you can voluntarily send an emergency signal by shaking the cell phone.
If the emergency signal was activated accidentally, you can simpley turn it off.
"Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life."
June 25, 2011 New version 1.5
April 20, 2011 New version 1.4
August 05, 2010 Initial Release