Localmind for Android, A Location-Based Q&A Application

Localmind is a new application for Android that lets you ask questions and communicate with people in a certain area. You can check into a location and then ask questions to other people that have been there. It’s almost like Foursquare, with the ability to ask people specific questions instead of just reading a review of the location. This free application is ideal for anyone that is looking to try out a new restaurant or location, and would like to have some background knowledge before actually going. Localmind has been a hit in the Apple App Store for iOS devices, so there is already a huge group of users waiting to answer your questions.

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Does Localmind really differ itself from the other location based apps, like Gowalla and Foursquare? Are you interested in trying Localmind? Sound off in the comments! You can also download Localmind below.

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4 Comments

  1. Lauren Pinney
    August 19, 17:25 Reply

    I really like the concept behind this app. It could turn into a real time saver!

  2. Geolocation App
    August 22, 11:03 Reply

    Good app. Easy to find answer and ask questions of the location based.

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    August 27, 04:25 Reply

     

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  4. manuelmoore142
    August 27, 04:25 Reply

     

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