Apple has introduced a mobile erp application, called Mobile Erp App, that will allow users to view their phone’s location on a map and use voice input to create an erp.
The app has been available on the App Store since July but has only been available in the United States and Canada, though it has since been rolled out to the rest of the world.
Users will need to download the app and install it from the App store in order to see the map, although Apple has not announced how many locations are supported.
Users will be able to create erp maps using a voice input option that allows users to enter the latitude and longitude coordinates for their location.
According to the app’s description, erp mapping can help “improve your location management.”
The iPhone app has not yet been released in Australia, but is available in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and South Africa.
Users can also purchase erp products from the app store, and can set a timer for when they want to start erping.
As well as the erp-making capabilities, Mobile Erping offers support for other features, including a feature to create maps based on location, and support for multiple languages.