A new program lets users share their location, allowing their friends to see that location on another phone or on any other Internet connected device.

A Redmond based startup is introducing a location-based social sharing service called Glympse. With a mobile application that works on iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile devices, users share their location (aka a “Glympse”), allowing their friends to see that location on another phone or on any other Internet connected device. Senders can customize who gets to see the Glympse they post, whether the recipient is just one person, a group, or even everyone they've added as a friend on a social network like Facebook or Twitter.

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