Route Master 1.0 released for iOS - Share RT Traffic Speed/Route Info
May 2, 2011 in Navigation
[prMac.com] Oakville, Canada - Mobile application developer Precision Apps today is pleased to announce the release of Route Master for iPhone and iPad. Route Master on your iPhone or iPad 3G allows others to not only see where you are but how you got there and how fast you've been travelling. Route Master sends your location and speed data to a central server for sharing with others.
Want to share traffic conditions with co-workers travelling behind you? Route Master makes this simple to do. Colored PINS are displayed to indicate trouble spots or smooth flowing traffic conditions. Save money on cell phone calls from your wife asking when you'll arrive home. By emailing your spouse your unique Route ID she can see how your drive is progressing from the free Route Master web site. Going to the cottage for the weekend? Route Master makes it possible for friends to follow you turn by turn. Your teenager wants to borrow your car? With Route Master you can track where they are travelling and how fast they're driving.
Other Key Features:
* iPhone and iPad versions
* Auto Centering
* Switch between MPH and KPH
* Adjustable data refresh intervals
* Ability to view your route data, another user's route data or all recent route data
Pricing and Availability:
Route Master 1.0 is $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Navigation category. Route Master HD 1.0 for iPad is $3.99 (USD). A BlackBerry version of Route Master is planned for release this summer. More details can be found about Precision Apps online.
Precison Apps is a software development company specializing in mobile applications for consumers. Currently the company has applications available for the Apple iPad and iPhone platforms. In the future they will be supporting BlackBerry, PlayBook and Android platforms. Copyright (C) 2011 Precison Apps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.