Today, Google sent me that regular Latitude location history reminder. I took the opportunity to check what is stored in there actually, and then remembered that I did a business road trip last month, where I used my Galaxy Nexus as a navigation unit.
In case you ever wondered: This is how having a GPS bug attached to yourself looks like. I can zoom in, and most of the locations stored are pretty accurate. It doesn’t show step‐by‐step accuracy, and every tenth stored location seems to be off by a few hundred meters at least, if not actual kilometers.
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