Meet Me Halfway

Feb 25, 2014, 12:00 PM | Updated: 12:00 pm

Ever want to meet with someone at a mutually convenient location because they are kind of far away?

If you happen to be familiar with the area, you could probably figure something out, but if not, you waste a lot of time trying to figure out where to meet.

The good news is, there’s an app and a website for that! Android users can use an app called Meet Me Halfway.

Just put the starting points into the app and the actual halfway point will be determined with a whole host of possible meeting places.

You can use physical addresses, zip codes or the city to get started and tapping on a pin will tell you if the facility is currently open or closed.

You can filter your results for specific types of establishments so you can hone in on the type of meeting place you prefer.

If you want more details, you can open the location in Google Maps or share the location with the person you’re meeting

Another option is the website which works for computers and mobile devices.

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