Intrinsyc Software International and GyPSii announced a partnership to integrate GyPSii’s award-winning social media and contextual advertising/coupon functionality into the Destinator navigation application for smartphones. The combination of the two heralds a first for the mobile navigation segment with the full integration of social media features into a mobile turn-by-turn navigation application.
Intrinsyc Software International announced that Destinator® 9 is immediately available for purchase on the Windows® Marketplace for Mobile, the online applications and media portal for Windows phones.
Google has now enabled “Near Me Now” on the iPhone and Android web browsers, whereas before it only worked in the Google Maps application. The usage model is simple enough, just type in google.com, click on “Near Me Now” and then look at what’s around you.
Sygic and MapmyIndia, India’s leading map provider, have come together to launch ‘MapmyIndia Sygic Mobile Maps’. The application converts GPS-enabled mobile phones into GPS navigators, allowing seamless travel anywhere in India. The application uses the highly accurate MapmyIndia maps with the power of Sygic software to offer the best GPS navigation solution for mobile phones. It has already become the number 1 grossing mobile application and number 1 top paid navigation app on iPhone iTunes App Store in India.
Sygic announces the compatibility of its Mobile Maps turn-by-turn navigation application with the new Nokia Maemo mobile phones.
The application will get ready for sale from Sygic web site e-shop by the end of 2009.
Sygic Mobile Maps launches its turn-by-turn voice guided navigation software for Google’s Android OS phones for Europe incl. maps of 44 countries, North America incl. USA, Canada & Mexico, Australia & New Zealand. From now on, the apps can be bought directly on Sygic e-shop. The range of mobile phone platforms includes also other operating systems.
Sygic Mobile Maps turn-by-turn voice guided navigation was launched one week ago on all new HTC Magic Android OS phones exclusively at SingTel, StarHub and M1 in Singapore.
T-Mobile and NAVIGON are expanding their close cooperation. Now, the next logical step will follow, shortly following the common introduction of innovative navigation solutions for the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3G S as well as for Android and Windows Mobile-based Smartphones: The companies jointly develop a machine-to-machine (M2M) telematic solution which enables the customers to retrieve comprehensive information, tips and advice Europe-wide about routes and destinations – and to do this particularly quickly and with high quality. The navigation devices access the central server over an internal SIM card via the T-Mobile network for this.
ALK Technologies Inc launched CoPilot® Live™ v8 GPS navigation for smartphones. Packed with cutting-edge new features, it’s the most powerful CoPilot yet, making turn-by-turn voice-guided satellite navigation technology more accessible, portable and affordable for owners of Windows Mobile or Android-based phones.
Sygic, the author of the Sygic Mobile Maps turn-by-turn voice guided navigation software, is releasing the navigation application for yet another platform – Google’s Android operating system.