Wareham, Mass. – Navionics, the pioneer in electronic graphing and route information, declared today the most recent round of augmentations and upgrades to its amazing Navionics Web app. Offering huge new usefulness for cell phones, and appearing unrivaled online diagram access, Navionics permits clients to investigate, plan, and settle on educated map making choices from essentially any stage.
Joining front line outline sees, route instruments, and progressed availability choices, just as extended assets for adding to and improving client produced content (UGC), the Navionics Marine and Lakes portable application and new online WebApp fashion new grounds in the manner boaters can get to and associate with map making.
Intended for use with Navionics well known Marine and Lakes application for the Apple iPhone and iPad, the most recent App increments – SonarCharts™, Nav Module, Fuel Prices, Easy View, and Rate and Review – extraordinarily upgrade the usefulness and by and large client experience for any on-the-water action. SonarCharts™ incorporates another superior quality bathymetry layer giving staggering seabed detail not accessible on existing map making. Clients can change from standard outline layer to the SonarCharts layer by tapping the switch button on the guide. Nav Module repeats GPS plotter capacities on cell phones and is ideal for course arranging, and deciding ETA and distance to appearance, time and distance to next waypoint, fuel utilization and the sky is the limit from there. Utilizing the amazing Fuel Prices work, Navionics clients offer and think about fuel costs of fuel stations that are appeared on their graphs. Stations can be arranged by cost or distance. People can add new areas with costs refreshed for offering to the local area. With the valuable and advantageous Easy View, clients can amplify symbols and text on the guide for simpler perusing altogether lighting and ocean conditions. Rate and Review permits clients to add 1 to 5 star evaluations and compose audits on any of the a huge number of focal points (POIs) just as other significant data the Navionics client local area has effectively added to advance Navionics maps.
The new WebApp, brings superior quality outline review to the Navionics.com site and enables clients to investigate the oceans, lakes, seas, and reveal essentially every water surface of the planet from an internet browser, utilizing a similar recognizable Navionics diagrams accessible for a chartplotter. PC and Mac viable, WebApp permits clients to check objections and plan schedules, and guarantees the determination of the best inclusion outline for use on a GPS plotter or portable application. WebApp additionally incorporates a bathymetric guide layer with new Navionics SonarCharts usefulness, uncovering phenomenal seabed detail for significantly more limited information. The new Web App is as of now accessible in English, French and Italian, with German and Spanish scheduled for discharge not long from now. Associations and people who need to advance on-the-water exercises on their sites will actually want to coordinate or implant outline content utilizing the WebApp engineer API accessible from Navionics.
“Navionics’ new application abilities give our clients uncommon devices and capacities to improve their drifting encounters,” said Don Black, worldwide VP of deals and promoting, Navionics. “Our improved portable applications advance in usefulness while giving significantly more approaches to our quickly developing local area to contribute and advance their substance; and our new WebApp separates the stage hindrances guaranteeing that our broad graph library is generally open.”
Valuing and Availability:
Navionics new highlights for cell phones are as of now accessible from the iTunes App Store, or as In-App overhauls. SonarCharts, including one year of updates, and the Nav Module are valued at $4.99 (iPhone) and $9.99 (iPad), and $1.99 (iPhone) and $4.99 (iPad), individually, while Fuel Prices, Easy View, and Rate and Review are largely free upgrades. SonarCharts is right now in beta testing and booked for discharge in Q4, 2012. The Navionics WebApp, right now in beta, is accessible online at Navionics.com and is free for all clients. For more data on the Navionics WebApp and Marine and Lakes App improvements visit http://www.navionics.com or the iTunes App Store. To become familiar with Navionics and its whole product offering, contact 800-848-5896 (complementary) or visit www.navionics.com.
For over 25 years, Navionics® has created and produced electronic route outlines and frameworks for marine, inland lakes and streams, and outside use. Navionics is situated in Viareggio, Italy and works worldwide with workplaces in the United States, UK, India and Australia.