Augmentra Touts Upgrades

Augmentra announces the latest version of its ViewRanger navigation and information software, adds support for the Nokia N95 with integrated GPS

May 30, 2007

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CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- Augmentra, a leading innovator in gps-enabled navigation software for smartphones, today announced the latest version of its award-winning ViewRanger off-road mapping, navigation and information software, and announced support for the Nokia N95 with integrated GPS.

ViewRanger is specifically designed for the off-road user, whether hill-walker, mountain biker, geo-cacher, birdwatcher, or rural tourist. It offers a unique combination of 2D and 3D mapping, GPS navigation, sports performance analysis, content sharing, and buddy tracking.

Running ViewRanger on the Nokia N95 with integrated GPS removes the need for a separate GPS receiver.

The N95's high-resolution, bright and crisp screen is perfect for displaying the fine detail of 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 topographic maps. The 5 megapixel camera allows the sharpest images to be captured, marked on the map, and shared over-the-air via the ViewRanger Information Exchange. All of England (or Scotland) at 1:50,000 scale can be held on the Nokia N95 via a single microSD memory card.

"Having achieved Symbian Signed status, we are delighted that ViewRanger is one of the first third-party mapping and navigation applications to support the Nokia N95 and its integrated GPS," said Mike Brocklehurst, CTO, Augmentra Ltd. "ViewRanger and the N95 set a new benchmark for functionality, ease-of-use and convenience in outdoor GPS."

Augmentra Ltd.

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