Sygic Mobile Maps in Australia & New Zealand gets a free map update

October 13, 2010

Sygic has updated the map content of its Mobile Maps turn-by-turn navigation application for iPhone. The update is free of charge for the existing users of the application. 

A free update of the maps, POIs, speed limits and speed cameras Australia & New Zealand has got live on iTunes for the iPhone users of Mobile Maps. The release date of the maps is May 2010 and the data is provided by Whereis.

„We frankly apologise for the delay of bringing this important update to you. We would like to thank our customers from Australia and New Zealand for their important user opinions, openness and speed of feedback. We appreciate it very much and it is helping a lot to improve our product and services.“ says Anna Hurbanic, Sygic's PR Manager.

Sygic Mobile Maps map update Deer Park Bypass, Melbourne 

In the picture above: Example of the map update: screenshots
from the previous version and the new update (Deer Park Bypass, Melbourne)

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Media contact: Anna Hurbanic, PR Manager, ahurbanic@sygic.com

 

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Sygic develops, markets and sells innovative, location-based products and turn-by-turn voice-guided GPS navigation software. Sygic Mobile Maps applications are present across more than 200 types of devices and operating systems such as the iPhone, Symbian, Maemo, Android, Windows Mobile, Windows CE, Windows XP/Vista and Linux. The revolutionary Sygic Aura is available for iPhone and it under preparation on further platforms. Sygic's GPS/LBS software is delivered worldwide in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Italian, and 20 other languages.
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