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Localscope can be launched from other apps by making use of custom URL schemas. The Localscope API is explained here – /localscope/developers/
Tap the map mode button in the map view; second button on the left to switch between the Hybrid, Satellite and Standard Map Views.
Tap the info button on the bottom right to go to Localscope’s settings. Here turn “ON” Suppress Calibration.
Go to your phone’s Settings > Privacy > Location Services. Here turn on the location services for Localscope and that’s it!
Localscope uses your phone’s region format settings to display results in miles or kilometers. To switch to your preferred units system, go to your phone’s Settings > General > International > Region Format. Here choose your country and you will start seeing result distances in the format supported by your country.
Tap the GPS arrow in the My Location screen (it comes up when you tap on the map from the dashboard). The GPS meter is replaced with a search box, type a location or use the address book to enter a saved location.
This can happen because of two reasons:
- You might have manually set your location to a place other than where you are now. You can check this by tapping on the map from the dashboard, the location pin on the top right corner will pop up a message in red indicating Automatic Location is Off. Tap on the pin to turn on automatic location, the pin will now be replaced with a GPS arrow.
- GPS connectivity might be low. Tapping on the map on the dashboard reveals the GPS meter at the top. If the GPS meter is showing one red line or two green lines, the connectivity must be low, so point your device outside your window – the GPS meter will automatically show 3-4 green bars, indicating positioning is more accurate. Make sure either 3G or Wi-Fi are on for optimal location detection.
- If the above doesn’t fix your location, contact support and we’ll help you out quickly!
Tap the info icon on the bottom right of the screen to see the list of sources in both Search and Discover modes. Tap the drag icon next to each source and change the ordering as per your needs.