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Where Did I Go
Where Did I Go
"Where Did I Go" is an app that runs on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch that lets you keep track of places you have visited.This application will automatically record your location and speed at a specified interval – say, every 15 minutes – and lets you view these locations on a map.With this app, you can:add your current location at any time by pressing a button;add a short note to a location on a map;indicate the time interval (between 5 minutes and 24 hours) for location tracking;view individual or all tracked locations in a map;scroll through all tracked locations on a map in order;send maps with the option of including a full list of tracked locations as well as traveling speed (when available) via several methods such as email or the Message app;configure the app to email a full report and map of locations visited that day.With the app running on your Apple Watch, you can:remember your current location; view this last location on a map on your Apple Watch;mark your current location as the place that you parked your car;display a map on your watch that shows where you parked.Here are just a few ways you might use this app:Press the “Add Current Location” (“+”) button whenever you arrive at a new location as a simple way to remember where you have parked your car.When on vacation, you have a simple way to track information about the places you have visited.For jobs that might require a status report (e.g., a salesman), you have an automatic log of times and places visited during the work day.If somebody has to meet you or pick you up at your current location, you have a simple and easy way to tell them where you are; just send them a message via email or Messages that includes a map and location information.If you are a parent of a teenage child, you might require your child to have the app running before handing over the car keys.Please note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.