The newly launched version uses map data from NAVTEQ, which also provides location-based advertisements for the application.
In early December 2009, LocatioNet Systems, the developer of the mobile navigation and search service amAze GPS and TechnoCom Corporation, its exclusive distribution partner in the United States, announced the availability of amAze GPS for the Apple iPhone.
The server-based amAze GPS service already supports most Java, Windows Mobile phones and Android handsets. amAze GPS offers detailed navigation maps for many countries around the world. Users do not need to worry about buying and updating additional map packages or downloading separate applications. The amAze GPS service always provides immediate access to the most updated maps without any additional fees. Multi Lingual support for 18 different languages is included for both displayed text and voice guidance. The amAze GPS worldwide service is available for US$ 4 per month. Users can purchase additional licenses from within the application, including an annual license for US$ 34 per year.
New features will to become available at no extra cost include speed camera warnings from FoxyTag, real-time traffic in Western Europe and the United States, as well as 5-day weather forecast anywhere in the world. The newly launched version uses map data from NAVTEQ, which also provides location-based advertisements for the application.
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