In the last few years we’ve been constantly improving FindPenguins. We launched a lot of features and gave our app design a lot of attention. With the last update for example, we introduced an all new individual font, that makes our app even prettier.
Mit dem Start der Winter Edition des Baltic Sea Circle 2019 können alle S.A.C. Rallye Fahrer ihre Reiseroute voll automatisiert und mühelos mit der kostenlosen FindPenguins App tracken – und das ganz einfach mit dem Handy in der Tasche.
Jedes Team erscheint in Echtzeit auf der S.A.C Live Tracking Karte
Good news, as of now you can see how many people have seen your footprint posts.
Where to find the new seen counter?
A small eye icon next to your likes under your footprints displays how many people have seen the post.
Who is able to see the number of views?
Just you and fellow travelers.
We are truly happy to announce, that we released a new update. You can now freely edit your travel route, move and delete waypoints, add new waypoints and mark connections as flights.
It’s super easy: Install the update and open the map of your trip in our app. There you can find an ”Edit route” button. Tap it and click on a waypoint of your choice!
„Happiness is only real when shared“
said Christopher McCandless at the very end of his journey in the movie ”Into the Wild”. We agree, however, it is important to us to ensure that you are in control of your information. This is why we developed some new privacy features, available as of now.
New Privacy Feature 1: Exclude followers from trips
How it works: Select the desired trip, go to trip settings and tap “Exclude followers”. There you can choose the followers you want to exclude from the trip.
Usecase: You don’t want to share your party weekend trip with your parents? Just exclude them from the trip.
New Privacy Feature 2: Mark individual photos as private
Regardless of the privacy setting of a footprint or trip you can mark individual photos as private.
How it works: Edit the footprint, tab on a photo and then tap “Make private”.
Usecase: You’ve had and awesome day at the beach! And there is this one cool bikini shot, that is part of the memory, but you don’t want to share! Simply mark this photo as private.