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Fugawi Announces Android Support Via Pathaway

June 18, 2014

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Northport Systems Inc., creators of Fugawi X-Traverse, and Muskoka Tech Inc., developers of PathAway GPS navigational, mapping and tracking software for mobile smartphones and tablets, announced today greatly expanded chart support for Android mobile devices.

With the latest version of PathAway for Android, users with a Fugawi X-Traverse Cloud Passport now have access to 82 different product offerings including the latest in marine charts, weather information, and topographic maps. In order to ensure the very best mobile navigation experience for adventures anywhere in the world, X-Traverse offers charts and maps from a wide variety of vendors, such as NV Charts, WaveyLine, Solteknik, the Canadian Hydrographic Service, and Fugawi.

“Making powerful navigation tools accessible on the devices our customers use every day is what drives us,” said Scott Northmore, President of Muskoka Tech Inc. “Providing access to Fugawi X-Traverse, the world’s largest repository of online charting, elevates our users’ experience to a whole new level; we are very pleased to now officially offer this expanded chart portfolio to the market.”

Available for all GPS enabled Android Smartphones and tablets running Android OS version 2.2 or higher as well as Windows-based and Nokia (NOKBF) Symbian phones the PathAway application can be downloaded from www.pathaway.com or Google (GOOGL) Play.

For more information visit www.pathaway.com.
 



 
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