Pokemon Go and location sharing on the Run

Pokemon Go, a location based AR game for mobile devices is out and is sweeping the nation. Pokemon Go has had a massive launch while becoming the biggest mobile game in US history when it comes to daily active users.

Get this, Pokemon Go in one day surpassed Twitter’s daily number of active users and is now going after juggernauts like Snapchat and Google Maps. As of July 11th Pokemon Go has amassed over $7.5 million downloads and is making around $1.6 million.

So why all this Pokemon Go talk on the blog? Well Geolocation of course! The driving force behind what is making Pokemon Go tick is Geolocation. In Pokemon Go you walk around in search for the Pokemon using the integrated maps provided by company Niantic. A Geolocation tool is nothing new here at Team on the Run, we aim to help businesses become more effective with our web-based dispatch panel.

Team on the Run’s Geolocation is powered by Google Maps and offers real-time position tracking, a web-based dispatch panel as well as the ability use in app GPS and pins.

TOTR Geo Locator

Our Geolocation tool is perfect for fleet management teams allowing them to be able to see where your agents are located with state of the art real time GPS tracking technology and contact them directly from the map thanks to our WebRTC capability.

So whether you are looking to be a Pokemon Master and use the dispatch tool to help friends track down Pokemon or a limo service looking to use real time GPS tracking from a web panel, Team on the Run is here for all your business needs.

Click here to learn more about Team on the Run Geolocation.

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