iCloud.com now lets you stalk contacts with Find My Friends web app


iCloud.com now has Find My Friends.
iCloud.com now has Find My Friends.
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You no longer need an iPhone to stalk your contacts on Find My Friends.

Apple updated iCloud.com this morning with a new web-based app for Find My Friends that lets you keep tabs on the location of all of your contacts’ from the comfort of your Mac or PC.

Find My Friends is a free app that allows users to easily locate friends and family who also have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. The app works with iOS 8 and iOS 9. Apple recently made Find My iPhone a default app with iOS 9, meaning users can no longer delete it, along with other pre-packaged apps.

Logging into the Find My Friends on iCloud.com also brings up a map of your friends’ last locations, pretty much just like the iOS version. It also allows users to set turn off location sharing and choose which device to share your location from.