announced the launched of its new navigation software for a wide range of mobile
devices with friendly user interface. End-users, retailers, system integrators
and mobile device manufacturers will be profiting from the new device/phone
model that is introduced to the market. Sygic meets all of the requirements
regardless of the type of device, operation system, or screen size. Sygic GPS
navigation software already supports all Windows CE devices with ARM, x86, MIPS
processors, Windows Mobile, Windows XP/Vista, and now also Symbian operating
systems. By the end of 2007, Sygic will launch the product for Blackberry, UIQ
and Linux mobile phones.
Thanks to unique multiplatform technology, the software brings incredibly
fast performance and very easy porting process to any mobile device. Sygic
guarantees the compatibility with all new devices running on any of the
supported operating systems. This facilitates the launching of the new products
with GPS navigation solution for manufacturers, system integrators and OEMs.
Unique features for end-user customers:
- 2 seconds startup time, high screen refresh rate in navigation mode,
fast city/street list searching in big cities, real-time landscape/portrait.
- Intelligent keyboard, history of previously selected cities/streets,
navigate to POI in city, postal code, GPS position, city center, home and
- Important POI on route, railway-crossing warnings, automatic day/night
colors switching, adjusting of volume and zoom according to speed, smart
backlight switching, 3D view with next street hint, avoiding of roadblocks,
computing alternative routes, managing and storing itineraries, world clock
and synchronization with satellite time.
The software already supports 19 languages and voice guidance including
Czech, Danish, Polish, Dutch, English, Finish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian,
Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish as well as
Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Turkish.
While a evaluation copy seem to be available from Sygic's website, a price
wasn't announced so far.
Cheers ~ Arne