Geodelic’s Sherpa Gets Major Enhancement in Skyhook Wireless Partnership

skyhook_geodelicAlready one of the top apps in the Android Market, Sherpa is about to get better.  Today sees Geodelic announcing a partnership with Skyhook Wireless which will make the application much more accurate in reporting locations.

Skyhook offers a major enhancement to the application’s location awareness. This allows Geodelic to more accurately target content for a user, whether they are in a mall or walking down the street. We developed Sherpa to give users a customized experience based on their location and interests. Skyhook provides the location performance that our application demands. – Rahul Sonnad, CEO, Geodelic

For those unfamiliar, Sherpa allows users to find the most relevant information based on their locations and preferences. Over time, the application uses your likes and dislikes to prioritize results. The app can be used to find restaurants, attractions, retailers, and much more!

We were contacted by Geodelic tell us thatSkyook is running within the app now.  They also claim that more partnership announcements are right around the corner!

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