Gps assisted dating
It is no secret that many popular mobile applications today are based on the custom advanced functions of smartphones.
In particular, one of the most frequently exploited features is geolocation in mobile apps. For example, based on geolocation data, routes can be calculated, places found, and also information provided about the surrounding area. If not, you must have resorted to the help of Google Maps geolocation or other similar services at least once, like millions of people around the world (according to recent statistics, every third US citizen uses geolocation applications at least once a week).
GLONASS is developed by Russia originally started by Soviet Union in 1976.
This has a network of 24 satellites covering the earth.
Google Maps and the other mapping apps like Nokia’s HERE Maps and Apple Maps use the data connection to connect to the satellites of GLONASS and GPS.
The modern day smartphones come with A-GPS and A-GLONASS support, which brings features such as turn by turn navigation, location tracking and real time location info.
In order to use this feature of custom gadgets, they do not necessarily have to have an Internet connection (how your software project will be able to receive geo-data is discussed in more detail, below).
In turn, applications that use this data can have completely different purposes: emergency applications, dating and social media applications (such as Nimses), and concierge services (this can be a hair salon, restaurant, car wash - in general, absolutely any public service). There is also a category of applications for which geolocation is not the main functionality, but an additional way for attracting customers (Instagram can be considered a software of this type because the user can specify the location where the photo was taken).
The various versions of GLONASS are A-GLONASS, Assisted GLONASS is very similar to GLONASS but A-GLONASS brings more features for smartphones.
It brings features such as turn by turn navigation, real time traffic data and more.