No. what3words uses GPS to return 3 word addresses which are conversions of latitude, longitude coordinates. We still rely on GPS connections, which is why sometimes your location may come up as slightly different to where you actually are, or why your phone will give new results for your 3 word location when you have not moved.
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- Can I open a link to a 3 word address in satellite view?
- How can I see a 3 word address as latitude,longitude coordinates?
- How do I find my 3 words?
- Can I save what3words addresses?
- Why don't the map and satellite locations match?
- How does what3words work at the North and South pole?
- Is what3words more accurate than GPS?
- When I search for a place or street address why does it sometimes show the wrong location?
- Why do I see different words every time I press the location button?
- Which app is best for me to use what3words offline?