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  • Main » 2009 » June » 18 » VQ CarFinder App now available!
    7:55 PM
    VQ CarFinder App now available!
         You can find this marvel of an app in the BlackBerry App store. This, the first mobile application to remember the location of your car, is an awesome stress-reducing application for those daytime trips to the mall. This app, which comes with a free 31-day trial, will use GPS location services to remember the exact location of your car and guide you to it. This is the first app of its kind, and therefore begs for testing. So, give it a try and write a comment here about your experience with the app. I know I will.
    Views: 4910 | Added by: bbguru | Rating: 0.0/0
    Total comments: 4
    4  
    Great stuff.Id like to recommend checking out such as something like Apples. What exactly are you looking for though?

    3  
    Thanks to BB Guru for a great review. We appreciate it!

    As for lifeinpocket... it looks like a nice tool but it does not AUTOMATICALLY note where you parked. You have to manually launch the app to mark your car's location. VQ CarFinder, however, DOES automatically note where you parked every time you parked so when you most need it - when you're not paying attention when you park (and are thus not likely to launch an app like lifeinpocket to mark your location) - VQ CarFinder is there to "save" you by remembering for you.

    Feel free to check out our website (www.4carfinder.com) or BB App World for more information. You can test a FULL version of VQ CarFinder, then take advantage of our promotional pricing, which is just $9.99 for a limited time.


    2  
    Just to let you know, lifeinpocket app has the feature to mark parking/current location under the navigation menu. And it's free.

    1  
    After trying this app for about 3 days, I have found it capable of doing exactly what it says it will... within about 30 feet. But, that certainly makes it easier than searching for your car if your the kind that forgets where they park often.

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