People who recycle mobiles in order to upgrade to an Apple iPhone will have the potential to download a brand new sat nav app that has been launched by skobbler.
The developer has announced that Navigation 2 will be released imminently and, to mark this occasion, the premium version of its current tool is available for free.
This means consumers can get their hands on skobbler Navigation by visiting the App Store and downloading it.
Marcus Thielking, co-founder of skobbler, said existing sat nav systems often include problems such as inefficient calculations, poor signal and expensive updates.
“We're trying to solve all of these problems with our forward thinking solution, which offers regular, free software and map updates and a range of genuinely useful features,” he stated.
Heather McLean, co-founder and editor for online mobile news publication Smart Gorillas, recently said the iPhone is one of the best options in the mobile market and something that is desired by a huge number of people.
Posted by Claire Marshall
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