GERMANY: According to a recent news, skobbler, innovators in mobile location-aware services, has announced a major update to its GPS Navigation, the most popular navigation solution for iOS.
With a range of powerful new features and functionality designed to turn an iPhone or iPad into a top-end satnav, it offers premium performance without the price tag.
Whether at home or abroad, GPS Navigation is the ultimate in flexibility, allowing consumers to utilise an internet connection for online use when available, or download maps (via in-app purchases) to store on a device – from individual cities to the world – for use in poor connection or data roaming areas.
GPS Navigation features a complete redesign to include the recent iOS7 adaptations, and incorporates features that take it far beyond a typical GPS navigation solution.
Utilising OpenStreetMap, the wildly popular open-source map that now boasts over 1.4m registered users and nearly 1.8m contributing members, GPS Navigation is the most flexible and reliable satnav in the world, catering to all the needs of the modern user.
skobbler CTO Philipp Kandal, said:”We’re delighted to be able to bring NGx to GPS Navigation on the iOS platform for the first time, and believe it will facilitate an even greater appreciation of the flexibility and performance on offer from our software.”
Kandal, added:”With the improvements we’ve made in this new release and the introduction of travel aides such as Wikitravel and TripAdvisor, we’re aiming to provide a one-stop solution to everybody’s travel needs, whether searching for directions, things to see and do or a good place to eat out. Best of all, you can get all of these features offline, so you’ll never be reliant on an internet connection! We truly believe this to be the ultimate travel accessory for Apple users,”