One by one, every social networking services are beginning to offer native app to the growing Google's open source mobile OS. Loopt has join in the bandwagon, with the release of Loopt app at Android Market.
"With Loopt, turn your T-Mobile G1 into a social compass and never be lonely, bored or hungry again! View an interactive map to find where your friends are and what they're doing. Connect on the fly and instantly share photos and comments with all your friends and communities like Facebook®, Twitter, and others," as mentioned in Loopt website.
Or in another words like Shawn Brown from Android Community puts it: "Now you can spy on all of your friend and see where they are and what they are up to without having to ask." ~LOL~
Loopt works across all the major carriers and devices, so you can share your location with friends even if they don't have a T-Mobile G1. Just point your G1's web browser to: http://loopt.com
"From the start, our goal has been to build a ubiquitous interoperable network in which customers don't have to worry about who has what provider or mobile device," Loopt CEO Sam Altman said in a release.
Ready to loose your privacy? ;-p