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Browser Based TurnbyTurn Navigation Announced


Article by: Darren Griffin
Date: 20 Dec 2011

pocketgpsworld.com
TeleNav have announced the first of its kind, browser based, turn-by-turn GPS navigation solution.

Thanks to the advent of HTML5, the new wunderkind web language, it is now possible to offer a viable, app free navigation platform that requires nothing more than a web browser and a GPS receiver to bring full, voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation to mobile devices.

TeleNav are initially launching the service to developers ahead of a public launch early next year. It supports full colour moving maps, audio and automatic re-routing.

Sal Dhanani, co-founder and vice president of products for TeleNav said, "with one line of code, you can give your customers one-click access to premium, voice-guided turn-by-turn directions to any location, including hotels, restaurants, merchants or deal locations."

www.telenav.com.



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Posted by mrrog on Tue Dec 20, 2011 11:54 am Reply with quote

so how does this beat nokia maps, which have free high quality offline maps, no data charges or plan charges, only drawback is nokia phone with symbian, but should be getting better now linked up with microsoft


 
Posted by DennisN on Tue Dec 20, 2011 12:12 pm Reply with quote

News Team Wrote:
give your customers one-click access to premium, voice-guided turn-by-turn directions to any location

Is that "Premium" like the phone calls etc? i.e. not free?


Dennis

Where there's a will .... there's a wake.

 
Posted by smartroad on Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:29 am Reply with quote

Until mobile data becomes cheaper and people get more of it (i.e. unlimitied) then I won't be using services like this. Besides Vodafone have more 3G blackspots then I care to think about so maintaining a reliable connection for navigation will be interesting.

I'll stick with my TomTom thank you Smile


 
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