Where To? Alternatives

    Where To? is described as 'will simply get you where you want to go with a fun, painless interface that caters to your personal preferences' and is an app in the Travel & Location category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Where To? for a variety of platforms, including iPhone, Android, Online / Web-based, iPad and Android Tablet. The best alternative is foursquare, which is free. Other great apps like Where To? are TripAdvisor (Free), Yelp (Free), myLike (Free) and Life360 Family Locator (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Oct 7, 2021

    1. There are always individuals around you who are probably interested in the same thing as you. How do you reach out to them? Enter SwarmLocal. The only app that lets you become the Hotspot!
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    2. Location Browser for your iPhone
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    3. Quipster is instant, micro-sharing for your city. Share your experiences, comments and location using icons on the go - a Quip! Use Quipster to become a trendsetter, influencer and social icon of your town - a true Quipster!
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    4. when.me is all about connecting your social circles to what is happening in your life WHEN it is happening! When are you finally going to get organized? When are you arriving at that new corner bistro for lunch?
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    5. Miataru is Japanese and means "be found" or "to come across" and it's meant to be a set of tools to allow the user to track locations and choose how to work with the data as well as how data is stored if at all.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      With cYou cMe you can invite people to a session and share your locations in real-time. You see where they are and they see where your are. It's completely safe and you have full control over when your location is shared and not.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Android
      • iPhone
      The Localmint app puts all the leading retailer’s data in one place and in a consistent format. Key details like location, contact details and opening hours are presented quickly and clearly.
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    6. The people who know a city best are either the locals and the travellers. We called them “Chief,” and our story began.… Discover the cities, meet with the chiefs, take their advices and send a message to them!
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Android
      • Android Tablet
      Explore more than 400 000 places in Europe (the rest of the world is coming!). With Wikipedia backed database, TourPickr is the best source of travel information.
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    7. PlanetRate is an online reviews website which allows consumers to provide feedback on different topics and helps businesses understand their customers through advanced reviews analytics. Earn rewards by writing reviews!.
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