Sygic ready to navigate via iPhone, awaiting approval from App Store

iPhoneSygic has submitted its Mobile Maps turn-by-turn voice guided navigation application for iPhone for approval to App Store, awaiting the authorization and expecting the customers to be able to start downloading it this summer.

The finished application for iPhone has already been presented at CeBIT, Hannover, Germany in March 2009. On June 9, 2009 it has been submitted to App Store for approval.

‘With the official release of the iPhone OS 3.0 last Monday at the Apple’s WWDC in San Francisco, the door has opened for us to do the final step in the process in order to offer our mature turn-by-turn voice guided navigation solution to iPhone users – after a long waiting time we were at last allowed to submit it for approval to App Store. We did this immediately and hope for fast response from the certifying team, although we understand these days they must be struggling with immense load of new entries.’ comments Anna Hurbanic, Sygic’s PR Manager.

‘Sygic navigation software for iPhone is based on our standard Mobile Maps product line, so the iPhone users can count on a time- and user-proven app, which keeps on reflecting long-term customer feedback and features a familiar, intuitive user interface. Also, for the very same reasons, it was very easy for us to get it up and running so quickly.’ says Michal Stencl, Sygic’s CEO.

For iPhone users, Sygic’s navigation app will initially be available in four packages:

• Europe
• United States & Canada and Mexico
• Australia & New Zealand
• South East Asia, including 4 countries Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand

Full information about the product will be available from App Store and devoted Sygic web page in a moment of the approval receipt from App Store.

For information about Sygic Mobile Maps 9 navigation application for mobile phones based on Windows and Symbian platforms (more than 150 approved devices) visit Sygic web pages or contact

Contact for media information or in case of any questions: Anna Hurbanic, PR Manager,