I’m sure readers of Redmond Pie already know about Find My Friends. It’s a location tracking app developed by Apple which was released on October 12th alongside iOS 5. I don’t know if it is fair to say this, but Find My Friends is definitely Apple’s version of Google Latitude - an imitation, essentially, of a similar service which all Android smartphones have been offering since 2009. It feels rather odd seeing an innovative company like Apple doing the copying (especially after calling 2011 “Year of the Copycats” in March). The copying done here, though, is not your regular half-hearted stuff: Apple has added some nifty features which sets their location-tracking tool apart from Google Latitude.
Find My Friend iPhone App lets you easily navigate your facebook friends using GPS and iPhone 3.0 Maps so that you don’t have to go around in circles.