The marker on the map below shows your current location.
To share your current location with a friend, simply copy your Latitude and Longitude coordinate numbers seen above, then paste into a text or email and email to a friend.
Your friend can then paste these coordinates into the Google Maps search bar and can see your current location on the map.
Once you have an internet connection, this "copy" and "paste" method of sharing can be done on device, mobile or desktop.
You can be anywhere in the World, somewhere high up in the mountains, or exploring on holidays, and use FindMyLocation.org to detect your current location.All you need to do is allow your browser e.g. Chrome, Firefox, to detect your location and FindMyLocation.org will find your coordinates.
The accuracy of web browser geolocation, like the sample you see on this page, can depend of several things. The most common sources of location information are IP address, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth MAC address, radio-frequency identification (RFID), Wi-Fi connection location, or device Global Positioning System (GPS) and GSM/CDMA cell IDs. The location is returned with a given accuracy depending on the best location information source available. Browser geolocation can vary based on the quality and stability of these technologies.
Geolocation is much more accurate for devices with GPS, like iPhone. For information on how to drop a pin on your current location and share go to the iPhone section.
When you first come to FindMyLocation.org your browser will be ask you to allow location detection. Once you accept, your browser will detect your location. If you are not happy with this you can choose not to allow location detection on your broswer.