In association with EcoAppsFree, Leaping Bytes is pleased to announce that MapPocket will be available as a Free Download on Wednesday, July 13. MapPocket allows you to put online maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. While planning expeditions online, you can use standard search functionality to locate points of interest.
Leaping Bytes today announces MapPocket 2.1, an update to their iOS map application that helps save on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket allows you to put online maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. While planning expeditions online, you can use standard search functionality to locate points of interest.
A Tasty Pixel today introduced The Cartographer 1.4, the latest version of the customizable Google Maps iOS app. Featured in The Cartographer 1.4 is the ability to sync your routes and area outlines from Google Maps into The Cartographer, a feature that hikers, cyclists and road trippers will love. The mobile tourism experience gets even better with The Cartographer 1.4. The app has already gone well beyond just providing beautified Google Maps.
Maryland based Leaping Bytes today introduces MapPocket 1.0, their new travel app for iPhone and iPod touch. MapPocket can help you to save a lot on roaming charges while traveling. It allows you to put Google Maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an internet connection. MapPocket will remember all map tiles you viewed. Once “pocketed”, maps will become available without need for the internet connection.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC today announces Speed PRO 2.1, an update to their popular digital GPS speedometer for iOS. Speed PRO is a GPS-based speedometer that gives users a digital view of their current speed, average speed, top speed, distance traveled and elapsed time and allows them to save their routes. Speed PRO allows users to share speedometer images with friends as well as customize the colors of the interface. Version 2.1 introduces Automatic Pause/Resume and Satellite maps.
Skobbler today announces the launch of ForeverMap, a powerful offline map for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, that fully exhibits the potential of the growing OpenStreetMap platform. ForeverMap brings users immediate offline access to stored maps for any region in the entire United States. ForeverMap introduces the most sophisticated use of the OpenStreetMap to-date, delivering offline access to city or street search, name browsing, location finder, route calculation and many more options.
Virginia based ClueTrust today announces integrated support for information-rich exports to Avenza’s MAPublisher to facilitate enhanced map creation using Adobe Illustrator. First, use Cartographica’s sophisticated geospatial tools to import, analyze and transform your data into the information you want to present. Then use MAPublisher to refine that presentation into a beautiful map for professional results in record time.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC announces Speed Tracker 2.1, their popular realtime GPS sharing and monitoring App for iOS. Speed Tracker allows users to monitor the location and speed of their device as well as other iOS devices on the internet at the same time on a Google Map. Offering Universal iOS device support, Speed Tracker features realtime GPS sharing over the internet, as well as realtime GPS monitoring on a Google Map. Version 2.1 adds Satellite maps views.
Since its November release, The Cartographer has been highly successful. Featured recently on the iPhone App Store’s “What’s Hot” and “New and Noteworthy” sections, and recently nominated for Best Travel App in the Best App Ever competition, the app has been hailed as an essential traveler’s utility. The Cartographer tightly integrates with Google My Maps: tools that allow users to customize Google maps with markers.
Melbourne based A Tasty Pixel today announces The Cartographer 1.1 for iOS devices. Boasting a highly polished design and unique user interface, The Cartographer combines antique cartography styling, custom Google My Maps viewing and editing, and offline maps. Users of The Cartographer can do all their travel planning on the desktop with Google My Maps and the resulting maps can be effortlessly accessed and edited on the iPhone.
First Flamingo Enterprise B.V. today released OpenStreetMap Viewer 1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app offers an easy view method of the collaborative, world wide OpenStreetMap project. Users can enjoy full screen imagery, seamless zooming tools, a scale bar and optional location awareness to take advantage of the detailed mappings. OpenStreetMap is a free, editable world map, created and maintained by thousands of knowledgeable volunteers from around the globe.
Jellycoaster announces OPTIMAP 1.1, a navigation tool app for iPhone. Users can enjoy the ease of finding their exact location via GPS and using the interactive maps from Google to explore their surroundings. With OPTIMAP, anyone can simply use their toolbar to find restaurants in their present area, parking lots, gas stations, hospitals, and many other services. Real time traffic data is accessible to ensure a quick time of travel.