I don’t think I’ve ever seen a GPS application running on Adobe’s Flash Lite, but Kirk Ballou and a team of developers from Teleca have been working on just that. The application finds your location using the GPS on a mobile phone, then serves up nearby points of interest. Right now the Flash Lite GPS app works with the touch interface on certain Windows Mobile phones, including the AT&T Tilt and Moto Q9, with a little back-end work to access your coordinates. So it is definitely still being refined, but Ballou says that eventually the team wants to add other features to the app including turn-by-turn directions, messaging, and some sort of exercise-related functionality.
Oct 31 at 11:11am by admin