Free software that turns cell phones into GPS

The software based on Web 2.0 is only available to the United States to access the maps you have to pay a monthly fee. The maker of GPS software, Northport Systems, announced that the market got a new program that turns a cell phone that does not support GPS navigation systems for exteriors.

The software called Fugawi Touratel is based on a Web 2.0 platform that enables the use of an interactive website where the user from his cell phone to display high resolution maps, from topographic, and aerial views to city for a monthly payment of $ 3 U.S. dollars.

The software is compatible with some models of Motorola, Samsung, Sanyo and LG, as well as some local mobile phone operators.

The Fugawi Touratel make it unnecessary for mobile phones features include factory GPS location, even requiring them to connect via Bluetooth. De acuerdo con Northport Systems, los usuarios contar?an con la posibilidad de conocer su ubicaci?n, encontrar lugares cercanos y utilizar el GPS para actividades como excursiones, ciclismo de monta?a, pesca y caza en otras. According to Northport Systems, users would have the chance to know their location, find nearby places and use the GPS for activities like hiking, mountain biking, fishing and hunting in others. The architecture of Web 2.0 software makes it unnecessary for the user to download and install the program, since all the application works through an Internet connection, which means depending on the wireless infrastructure for mobile connections such as WiMAX.

Comments :

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