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===Software=== ====[ Firefox for Android]====
* Firefox for Android includes a way to contribute data and enhance the service. You can enable the feature by opening the Settings menu and in the Mozilla section under Data Choices check the Mozilla Location Services option.
====Mozilla Stumbler for Android====
* Mozilla Stumbler is an open-source wireless network scanner that collects GPS and wireless network data for our crowd-sourced location database.
* Available in the [ Google Play Store]
* [ GitHub code repository]
====Firefox Desktop====
* Firefox Desktop 36 and later allow you to use the service instead of the default location provider. In ''about:config'' change the ''geo.wifi.uri'' setting to:
====Firefox OS====
* [ FxStumbler] is a prototype of a stumbling app for Firefox OS.
* [ OS level support for stumbling] is underway and will appear in a future version of Firefox OS.
* [ libstumbler] is an embeddable Android library supporting both stumbling and location lookups.
* [ Ichnaea NLP Backend] is a [ UnifiedNlp] backend that uses MLS to resolve locations. The NLP backend requires XPosed to be installed. As of 2015-06-03, this seems to be broken for Android 5.0 and 5.1 ART runtimes.
* [ GeoClue] is a D-Bus service that provides location information, using for example GPS daemons but also MLS.
* [ KDE Plasma Desktop] uses MLS to get country level and precise geolocation information.
* See our [[CloudServices/Location/FAQ#Is_there_an_app_for_Apple.27s_iOS.3F|FAQ on iOS]]

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