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How do I enable Location Services on my mobile / tablet device or browser?
How do I enable Location Services on my mobile / tablet device or browser?

Location services issues, browser location sharing, android, iOS

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Written by Josh
Updated over a week ago

Location Services allows location-based apps and websites (including Maps, Camera, Safari, and other Apple and third-party apps) to use information from cellular, Wi-Fi, and Global Positioning System (GPS) networks to determine your approximate location. To use features such as these, you must enable Location Services on your device and give your permission to each app or website before it can use your location data.

General instructions (Allow DigiQuatics access to your location):
Open your browser app.
Go to
Click "Clock In" for the first time
Touch Allow on the message that shows up.

Apple Devices:
To turn on Location Services on an iPhone or iPad (iOS 8):
Tap the Settings application
Tap Privacy
Tap Location Services
Toggle the switch to On

To turn on Location Services on an iPhone or iPad (iOS 9):
Tap the Settings application
Go to Chrome (or whatever browser you are using to access DigiQuatics)
Make sure the GPS setting states allow while using the app.

OS X: Follow these steps to enable location services in OS X Mountain Lion or later:
Choose System Preferences from the Apple menu.
Click the Security & Privacy icon in the System Preferences window.
Click the Privacy tab.
If the padlock icon in the lower left is locked, click it and enter an admin name and password to unlock it ( ).
Select Location Services.
Check the "Enable Location Services" checkbox.

Location Services in Safari 6 or later:
When you visit a geolocation-enabled website in Safari, you are asked if you want to share your location with the site. In the box that appears, select the option "Remember my decision for one day" if you want to allow or disable authorization for the next 24 hours.  You can reset all website authorizations in Safari by choosing Reset Safari from the Safari menu. Select the "Reset all location warnings" option in the Reset Safari window. (Don't select the other checkboxes unless you are sure you want to reset those items as well.)

Android devices:
Tap the Settings application
Tap Location
Tap Google Location Reporting
Tap Location Reporting
Toggle the switch to On

On Android (4.4 Kitkat to 5.0):
Open the Settings app.
Touch Location.
Make sure “Location” is turned on.

Chrome (Android):
Touch the menu at the upper right corner of the screen.
Touch Settings > Site Settings > Location.
Make sure Location is enabled on the top of the screen (not blocked).
Find in the list & click it.
To grant access to your location, turn on Location access or click to allow.

Windows Devices (Chrome:

  1. Open Chrome.

  2. In the top right, click the Chrome menu.

  3. Click Settings > Show advanced settings.

  4. In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.

  5. In the dialog that appears, scroll down to the "Location" section. Select your default permission for future location requests:Allow all sites to track your physical location: Select this option to let all sites automatically see your location.Ask when a site tries to track your physical location: Select this option if you want Google Chrome to alert you whenever a site wants to see your location.Do not allow any site to track your physical location: Select this option to automatically deny requests for your location.

  6. Click Manage exceptions if you want to remove permissions you gave before to specific sites.

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