The Internet Is Going Gaga For This App Which Helps You Find Your Way Indoors

By Kachi Ojieh Tuesday, July 18, 2017
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NEVER LOSE YOUR WAY INDOORS WITH MICROSOFT LATEST APP PATH GUIDE: HOW?


Microsoft has always been doing great things and this app is about to be added to the list. The tech giant unveiled a new app called Path Guide to enable a lot of people find their way when they are indoors. Not to forget, GPS has helped users navigate or find their way with ease, with the exception of when they are inside a building; satellite signals have troubles locating their current point due to the presence of walls and ceilings.

Microsoft must have contemplated on how to help and now it is finally here. If you are fond of finding yourself in shopping malls which are large enough to get you lost, hospitals, office buildings and parking lots, this app will definitely be your best companion as it will help you move freely without losing your way.

To shorten the whole story for TechIsBae readers, let’s find out how the app works. Just like the name, Path Guide follows your paths exactly to the number of steps expected to reach a place with the help of your smartphone’s sensor. The app doesn’t require GPS, Wi-Fi or radio signals to help you achieve easy indoor movement. Microsoft put in two years effort in order to come up with the app and we hope users find it useful. After tracing a path with the app, you can upload it for others to use when navigating same place.

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Even if you are not conversant with a building or trying to find the location of your car in a parking lot, Microsoft Path Guide will do the job.

Microsoft-Path-Guide-directions-to-follow

The app is available only for Android users, head out to Google Play Store and download Path Guide.

For the latest technology news and mobile reviews, follow Techisbae on Twitter and Facebook.
Microsoft-Path-Guide-for-Android
Featured image source: The Next Web

NEVER LOSE YOUR WAY INDOORS WITH MICROSOFT LATEST APP PATH GUIDE: HOW?


Microsoft has always been doing great things and this app is about to be added to the list. The tech giant unveiled a new app called Path Guide to enable a lot of people find their way when they are indoors. Not to forget, GPS has helped users navigate or find their way with ease, with the exception of when they are inside a building; satellite signals have troubles locating their current point due to the presence of walls and ceilings.

Microsoft must have contemplated on how to help and now it is finally here. If you are fond of finding yourself in shopping malls which are large enough to get you lost, hospitals, office buildings and parking lots, this app will definitely be your best companion as it will help you move freely without losing your way.

To shorten the whole story for TechIsBae readers, let’s find out how the app works. Just like the name, Path Guide follows your paths exactly to the number of steps expected to reach a place with the help of your smartphone’s sensor. The app doesn’t require GPS, Wi-Fi or radio signals to help you achieve easy indoor movement. Microsoft put in two years effort in order to come up with the app and we hope users find it useful. After tracing a path with the app, you can upload it for others to use when navigating same place.

Microsoft-Path-Guide-screens

Even if you are not conversant with a building or trying to find the location of your car in a parking lot, Microsoft Path Guide will do the job.

Microsoft-Path-Guide-directions-to-follow

The app is available only for Android users, head out to Google Play Store and download Path Guide.

For the latest technology news and mobile reviews, follow Techisbae on Twitter and Facebook.
Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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