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August 2008 issue of Headlightblog.com: Location-based iPhone apps and more Search-related topics

Where app for iPhoneThe most recent issue of Headlightblog.com, which is devoted to Search, was published this week. In addition to articles by a number of my Avenue A | Razorfish colleagues who are Search pros,  there’s an interesting article by Senior Information Architect Kyle Outlaw that covers a number of noteworthy automobile-focused applications based on the GPS capabilities of the iPhone.

One of the applications Kyle profiles is Where, which uses services with location-based data, such as Yelp, to find restaurants, rental cars, hotels, events and where your friends are. The application also helps you, as shown at right, to find the cheapest gas for your location by pulling in data from GasBuddy.com.  To read more, go to the Search, iPhone and GPS article in the August issue of Headlightblog.com.

Posted in: Automotive, Avenue A | Razorfish, Blog, headlightblog.com, iPhone

Comments

Dave T says:

August 27th, 2008 at 7:10 AM

Now if only those rich automotive sites with Flash can start working on the iPhone…

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