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evernoteglympseIf you’ve just had an epic drive through the Redwood Forest or found an incredible running trail and wanted a way to remember, Glympse might be a decent solution.

The Seattle startup, which allows users to share location data with preset timers, just inked a deal with Evernote, the popular note-taking app. Now, Glympse users can save their location trail into a “My Glympse Trails” folder thanks to Evernote.

“Many of our users have requested a way to save a snapshot of their Glympse map trails so they can view road trips, keep runs and bike rides, archive a special trip abroad, or just remember an interesting location. We wanted to make this feature simple and easy,“ Bryan Trussel, Glympse co-founder and CEO, said in a press release.

Users can sign into their Evernote accounts from the Glympse app and easily send their Glympse location data to Evernote for safekeeping. Information like recipients, date, time, destination and duration are also included. The new feature is available on Android today and will come to iOS shortly.

Backed by Ignition Partners and Menlo Ventures, Glympse has integrated its technology into various products from Garmin’s iPhone and Android navigation apps to Ford and BMW vehicles.

Previously on GeekWire: Never text and drive again: Ford inks deal with Glypse for hands-free location sharing 

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