Saturday, 27 February 2010

Magellan RoadMate 2010 iPhone GPS App Announced Magellan Debuts Car Kit & Turn-by-turn Navigation for Your iPhone

It's not all pink in the GPS business, hence why the folks from Magellan
would like to better secure their seats by announcing a new iPhone GPS
app that would offer users, turn-by-turn navigation. Dubbed Magellan
RoadMate 2010, the new application not only tells when and where to take
a left, there's also lane guidance, spoken navigation cues, a pedestrian
mode for when you're looking for a good espresso and a find your car
option that could prove useful after a long night with the buds and a
few gallons of whiskey.

The new Magellan RoadMate 2010, is a full-featured GPS solution for the
iPhone. It brings highway signs and some 3D landmarks as reference
points, allows to choose your travel destination from your Address Book
contacts by using the a OneTouch feature and the company's
highly-acclaimed QuickSpell with SmartCity search for error free writing.
Priced at $80 for the North American version, the Magellan RoadMate 2010
iPhone GPS app will cover the US, Canada Puerto Rico, and should
assist you in English, French and Spanish.
Other than the new application, Magellan has also introduced a car mount
kit that will support both the iPhone (3G and 3GS) and the iPod Touch,
is compatible with any GPS application and also doubles as a charger. No
word regarding price or availability, but it's a certainty that you'll
need RoadMate 2010 to have it working …
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