How To Add Syndicated Maps Home Screen Shortcuts To Your Phone

How you add our web apps to your iPhone home screen:

Open Safari:
Open the Safari browser on your iPhone.

Navigate to the Website:
Enter the URL of the website you want to add to your home screen.

Access the Share Menu:
Once the website loads, tap the "Share" button at the bottom center of the screen. It looks like a square with an arrow pointing upwards.

Find the "Add to Home Screen" Option:
Scroll through the options in the Share menu until you find "Add to Home Screen." Tap on it.

Shortcut Added to Home Screen:
The shortcut will now be added to your home screen as an icon. You can move it around and place it wherever you like, just like any other app icon.  

List of free mobile phone location-based progressive web app maps.  Public safety and POI data to better understand nearby locations.  Progressive web apps don't require any downloads and are the wave of the future for developers. 

Photo Enforced 

1) Photo Enforced - All Camera Locations Map
2) Photo Enforced - Red Light Camera Locations Only Map
2) Photo Enforced - Speed Camera Locations Map
3) Photo Enforced - Live Traffic Camera Locations
4) Photo Enforced - Toll Road Camera Locations

6) Dead Cell Zones - All Coverage Reviews Map
7) Dead Cell Zones - AT&T Coverage Reviews Map
8) Dead Cell Zones - Verizon Coverage Reviews Map
9) Dead Cell Zones - Sprint Coverage Reviews Map
10) Dead Cell Zones - T-Mobile Coverage Reviews Map
11) Dead Cell Zones - Tracfone Coverage Reviews Map
All of our maps are free mobile-friendly pages that can be easily bookmarked on your phone using a Safari browser on the iPhone and Chrome browser on an Android phone. These maps will never require a download and the home screen icon does nothing in the background unless you are using the app. It's like a shortcut to a browser but on your phone and the icon is easy to find and quick to use with no sign-in required. These maps are all advertising-supported.

When you open the map it will automatically find your location and display data relevant to your area. Each map has its own unique icon depending on which data you are interested in. The default map is all cameras but you can choose speed cameras, red-light cameras, and traffic cameras below.

Syndicated Maps has a network of 25 public safety and location-based maps which you can easily find and add to your phone at the link above or by clicking on the phone apps screenshot above.  

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How to Add Syndicated Maps App to Phone