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Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- location services
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- push notification service
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
We're In is an application that simplifies the logistics of meeting your friends. We're In makes organizing get-togethers, carpooling or trying to find people in a crowd a breeze. Any time you want to see where your friends are, We're In can help you. It's simple: Invite your friends, and when they join, they'll see your location and you'll see theirs. When the invite expires, so does the shared location -- no complicated process to worry about. We're In allows you to: • Create a get-together invite for a group of friends • See where your friends are • Share your location with your friends in real time • Control your privacy -- your location is only shared with the group of invitees, only for a short timespan Updates: V22.214.171.124. • Push notification support – Instead of sending invites via text messages, friends who installed the app will receive the invite via push notification • Landscape mode in map view • Bug fixes and minor improvements V126.96.36.199 • Critical bug fixes
8/15/2012Not support Vietnam :(((((((
7/26/2012Great looking app with awesome functionality. A real life saver when it comes to setting up a get-together. Love the web client which allows iPhone and Android clients to join in.
7/26/2012Only USA/Israil ! O_o
5/16/2012Why not support google voice number?
4/29/20125 star rating if they implement saved/favorite contacts and background support.
4/22/2012Nice. Tried it out with my brother. Works as described!
3/11/2012Israel kills children.
2/22/2012Cannot give any star but only select one since I cannot use it living in México. I was using Google Latitude but Google Maps/Latitude is not allowed in Windows Phone. The alternative supposedly was We're In but big disappointment only for Israel and USA. And no information as to then will it be available for other countries. What is the problem Microsoft?