Close to the Point

Easy way to add a geolocation background process to an app

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Javi López G.
Javi López G.Maker@javilopezg · CEO, GPMESS
Thank you Eric. We developed CTTP to help other developers improve their apps applying the GPMESS team experience using location. I will gladly answer any questions.
Andres Torrubia
Andres Torrubia@antor · CEO, Fixr.com
@javilopezg how does battery usage look like?
Javi López G.
Javi López G.Maker@javilopezg · CEO, GPMESS
@antor The battery use is very low. We have tried different algorithms using the available sensors to maintain a balance between the location accuracy and the battery usage. We use the GPMESS app users (more than 32K downloads) to test the improvements, and our users are really happy because they don't feel that their battery life is reduced, and they don't permanent see the location icon in their notification bar. PS: you can download and run an example app (US embassies locator) to try it by yourself: https://closetothepoint.com/docs
Eric Willis
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
"Close To The Point (CTTP) is not just a library for your apps. It is not just an easy way to add points of interest to your apps. It is much more than this. It is the perfect way to do what you have been dreaming for a long time, the easiest way to interact with your users depending on where they really are. And a tool with enough stats to improve the conversion of your goals in real time."