Requires Android 4.4 or above.
Our Features include:
* Displaying nearby toilets on the map
* Adding new locations by yourself or rate existing locations
* Turn by turn navigation to toilet
* Inspecting the location near a toilet using Google Street View (if imagery available)
* Feedback button in the menue
Alternatively you can buy “Bathroom Scout Pro” in the Android Market and support the further development of this app. The pro version offers you the following additional features:
* No advertisements
* Satellite view
* Waterfall sound
* GPX Download
We would be thankful, if you rate the restroom you just visited in order to help us improving our service for you. You can also report missing toilets. We also would be happy to receive any other of your feedback by mail or via the ‘feedback’ button from the application menu. If you enjoy using our Toilet Finder we would also appreciate your rating!
Two days before, the company’s rumored has been spotted for sale at Home Depot for $50. People on social media as well as tech site The Verge said they were able to purchase the still unannounced streaming device at the home improvement retailer. The receipt listed the new Chromecast as “Sabrina-Abbey Rock Candy,” the hardware’s codename, according to The Verge.
CNET has reached out to Google for comment, and we’ll update when we hear back.
The new device apparently isn’t available at all Home Depot locations, so you might not have any luck if you try to score one early yourself. One Reddit user came across one on Sunday and posted a photo:
After a leak earlier this year, Google’s Chromecast Ultra successor has been spotted at a host of retailers, including Walmart, for between $50 and $60. Earlier this month, Google’swas also spotted at a Walmart.
We should learn more about the new Chromecast with Google TV at the tech giant’s “Launch Night In” event on Wednesday. Stay tuned!