Earthcomber is a FREE "virtual treasure map" for Palm-powered devices. It allows you to find exactly what you want, wherever you are. As you travel across town or across the country, Earthcomber sweeps the landscape for your personal favorites and notifies you when you are within range. What's profoundly different from a Yellow Pages service or even Google, for that matter, is that you don't ever have to stop and perform searches, one at a time. Moreover, no other software or service has agents working for you as Earthcomber does: You make your "look lists" of exactly what you like to do, eat, buy, see, hear, experience, and Earthcomber continuously looks for all of those things - wherever you go.
Earthcomber can notify you when you are within range of favorite stores, services, attractions, historical sites, hobbies, artist appearances, and more. Earthcomber can notify you about the closest library, post office, shopping mall, hospital, or police station. And if you\'re a nature lover, Earthcomber can direct you to the nearest park, mountain summit, hiking trail, lava flow, glacier, waterfall, swamp, and many more natural features. Over 1.2 million points of interest are mapped in Earthcomber, and more are added each day by content partners and by advertisers who purchase listings on Earthcomber.
Business listings on Earthcomber start for as little as $35 per year. Nearly 10,000 businesses are currently listed on Earthcomber, offering users a wide array of products and services in the major U.S. markets. Advertisers control their own listings and can change them at any time.
Earthcomber is spam-free. It employs patent-pending technology for "real-time point of interest exchange" to match a user's interests with places nearby. Users see only the places that have their favorite things. A business listing is not displayed unless the business offers a product or service that matches what the user is seeking.
Earthcomber is FREE for users. Users can download the free software along with free maps for every county in the United States at www.earthcomber.com. Users with GPS (Global Positioning System) will be automatically positioned on Earthcomber maps. Users without GPS can use the maps to position themselves.
Earthcomber has been three years in the making, a new concept in mobile communications based on what people want first.