Although maps are available on the browser, their full power resides with the mobile applications, which are location aware. You can use maps to see what visible places are near you, or if any users who disclose their location are in the area.
Floopstreet includes a map display that shows the location of places and users visible to you, and your current location (on the mobile applications, if you have enabled location awareness).
One of the items of information in the user profile is the current location. The mobile applications update it if location awareness is enabled (you will have to take an explicit step to enable it on your devices; Floopstreet will ask you). You will be able to see the current location for any users visible to you who has turned on location updates.
Yes. By default, location updates are turned off. You will have to enable them explicitly before Floopstreet sends your location to the server. So the steps involved in enabling location updates are:
Yes; if you tap the place marker (a flag), an annotation is displayed from which you can show a detail screen, and from that the edit screen. You can also tap the marker to select the place, and then drag it to a new location; when you release the marker, an edit screen containing the new location will display.
Yes. From the map screen on the mobile device, hold your finger over the desired location (a long press gesture) until a create screen is displayed.