Navionics Free iPhone Mobile

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Navionics, electronic cartography and navigation data supply, announces the availability of its free application for iPhone users, Navionics Viewer, which includes fully-functional marine navigation charts for Southeastern Florida, as well as marine and outdoor cartography for Genoa, Italy.

Navionics Viewer, with the free cartography samples, allow you to see your GPS position, tap and pinch the screen to zoom in and out, scroll the chart seamlessly, query chart objects, find your favorite marina, adjust depth units, and view in day or night mode. Moreover, the maps are stored “on board” the iPhone memory, giving you very fast performance and zero data transmission fees, as well as continued service even when you are out at sea or in the wilderness with no cell coverage.

The Navionics Viewer will allow you access to the Navionics Gold XL9 Charts, HotMaps Premium Lake Maps, and Discovery Charts for all your outdoor activities. Navionics full portfolio of Mobile Charts is expected to be available before year-end.

Navionics Viewer will soon be available for additional smartphone models beyond the iPhone.


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