Sygic announces compatibility of its navigation software with the new Samsung's bada operating system.
The new Samsung Wave bada OS smartphones started to ship around Europe on
June 1, 2010 and Sygic is ready to support this new exciting mobile operating
system. „Sygic's navigation software for Samsung bada OS is in final
testing at the moment and we will have a release candidate within two or three
weeks. We support all major mobile operating platforms, and adding bada to the
Sygic product family has been a logical step for us“, says Michal
Stencl, Sygic's CEO.
Sygic applications are present across more than 200 types of mobile devices and mobile phones, covering the broadest range of mobile and embedded operating systems such as the iPhone, Symbian, Maemo, Android, Windows Mobile, Windows CE, Windows XP/Vista and Linux.
Further images of Sygic Mobile Maps on Samsung Wave:
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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 has just got live at iPhone and it will be launched on further platforms in
short time. Sygic's GPS/LBS software is delivered worldwide in English,
Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Italian, and 20 other languages.
Sygic works with map industry leaders for supreme mapping support through all regions of the globe and it cooperates strongly with leading PND, phone and PMP manufactures globally to bring the latest technology to markets everywhere.
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