May 09

Do you like playing iPhone games and look like a complete idiot at the same time? Well than Gigaputt is the game for you. Gigaputt is a golf game that uses GPS to create a virtual 3-hole golf course and uses the iPhone as a imaginary golf club. Swing your iPhone to hit the ball and you will see via GPS where the ball has landed. » Gigaputt: Play Virtual Golf Around The World

Jul 21

logo-249x47RunKeeper Pro uses the built-in GPS in the new iPhone 3G and 3GS to enable runners, cyclists, hikers, skiers, walkers, etc. to track their outdoor fitness activities. » RunKeeper Pro Track Your Activities

Mar 17

iphone_blackSygic unveils Sygic Mobile 2009.Sygic Mobile 2009 features will convert a wide range of mobile phones into fully functioning navigation devices. The new release includes enhanced navigation content and features to enrich the user experience such as safety cameras data, multilingual support for major cities and Online Update Tool, which enables easy downloads for fresh content. The product will be available on SD card, DVD or even by internet download.
» Sygic unveils Sygic Mobile 2009 for the iPhone 3G

Feb 20

034142-routeX-Road has released a new version of their navigation app called G-Map 2.1. In this latest update a lot of bugs have been fixed and new features like: Turn by turn directions, POI’s, Current-speed display, search of addresses, detours and types of roads that can be avoided have been added.
» G-Map version 2.1 (Bug Fixes + turn-by-turn navigtion)

Feb 09

xgpsThere have been quite a lot of bug fixes and extra features to the latest version of xGPS. In our previous post we explained the possibilities of this nice navigation software for the iPhone 2G and as xGPS promised the function to plan a route is now available with the iPhone 3G’ s internal GPS.
» Cydia – xGPS 1.2 (bug fixes + voice guidance)

Dec 04

One of the most requested application for the iPhone3G must be turn-by-turn navigation GPS software. After several rumors of TomTom and other such software suppliers we finally have a solution coming out later this month. The company XRoad is finishing their G-Map application and should release it later this month via the app store. The application works by downloading the maps from internet and this takes about 20 to 30 minutes. After you have downloaded the maps you can stick your iPhone to your car window and you’re ready to go. The price isn’t yet known but i expect it not to be cheap.
» App Store – Real GPS turn by turn navigation by G-Map

Oct 25

Recently, Apple seeded the second beta release of the upcoming 2.2 iPhone firmware; however, this time, the release included the Google Street View that had been rumored to be included before this. Screenshot inside. » iPhone firmware 2.2 Beta 2 includes Google Street View

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