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Whatever you do, don’t pay for carrier-branded apps like Verizon Family Locator (.99/month), AT&T Family Map (.99/month), Sprint Family Locator (/month), or T-Mobile Family Where (.99/month).
The above services are free and should give you every feature you’ll need.
One big benefit of this solution is that it works across both Android phones and i Phones — perfect for an environment where not everyone has an i Phone.
To use it, install the Google app for Android or for i Phone.
Go to the Locations section in the Google app to see these locations. It was originally called “People Sense” during development but was released under the name “Squad Watch.” The app works similarly to the solutions provided by Apple and Google.
If you and your family and friends have Windows phones, you can all install the app, share your locations with each other, and view each other’s locations on a map.
Thanks to modern smartphones, it’s possible to know where your family members and friends are at all times.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft all have their own solutions for sharing your pinpoint location in real time.
And if they finally tap to update Google Maps, they're redirected to the Play Store with no update in sight for Maps.Tap “Edit” next to “Pinpoint Location,” choose the people (or circles) you want to share your location with, and tap “Done.” You can also choose just to share your “City Location” — the city you’re in, but not precisely where you are — with a wider variety of people.People who want to share their locations with you will all have to do this on their phones, and you’ll have to do it on yours to share your location with them.However, Google has gone ahead and disabled it in Google for many users, making it momentarily impossible for them to share their location in either app.What these users are seeing when they head to the tab in Google is a message telling them to move to Google Maps.