Sharing your location
These days, almost any application requests a permission to use the data of the mobile phone owner’s location. If a user is inexperienced or if he is not careful, he can share his current location without even realizing it. Sometimes it helps if you read directions in pop-up windows.
Locations in Charge
On August 7, Charge released a very convenient update – now users can share locations both in individual and group chats.
To share the current location, a user needs to tap the paper clip sign in the bottom right-hand corner, and then choose Share Location. A 150×150-map image with your current location will be automatically added to the chat.
Charge uses GoogleMaps. Once you tap a button in the chat, an app with maps will automatically open and the user will be able to track a route to his destination.
For more details, go to the Charge blog.