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  • Destinator 9.1 Features by Intrinsic Software - CES 2010

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    Destinator is made by Intrinsic Software. Destinator 9 is cross platform, not only supporting Windows but also iphone, android, and linux. There is now a Destinator nav store to visit and download a free trial. After 14 days of a free trial, you still get free map browsing but not turn by turn navigation. The maps range around $30. There is a 3D version of points of interest, and there are now double the POI with 4 million, lane guidance and speed limits, real renderings of highway and exit signs. There is a new rendered for the maps so that the text is crisp and clearer. Coming soon are social networks and user generated content. You will be able to see MySpace/Facebook contacts on the maps as well as their most recent tweet.
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    linooks support!! W00t! Went to their store and there doesn't appear to be anything there? i guess it's a work in progress?
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    • #3
      read the fine print at the bottom:
      http://www.intrinsyc.com/docs/destin...martphones.pdf

      Not sure if that means currently or in the future though
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      • #4
        Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
        read the fine print at the bottom:
        http://www.intrinsyc.com/docs/destin...martphones.pdf

        Not sure if that means currently or in the future though
        Intrinsyc globally supports customers with solutions that span all major mobile operating systems and platforms in-
        cluding Android, BlackBerry, Linux, Symbian, Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile.
        That kinda leads me to believe they likely won't have a "desktop" solution for Linux. However, LinuxICE is a mobile OS. To Destinator: put it in the LinuxICE app store! You will make the monies!
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        • #5
          Yea i got that impression too.....plus the whole its destinator can it be even remotely good? question

          navit's making good progress though....if they didn't keep breaking everything it could even be considered impressive.
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          • #6
            Does this mean CF will finally get a updated NAV system? If so, I hope it still doesnt have that bad routing that it had in 5 and 6.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
              Yea i got that impression too.....plus the whole its destinator can it be even remotely good? question

              navit's making good progress though....if they didn't keep breaking everything it could even be considered impressive.
              When driving to and from work, navigation isn't very important to me *unless* it ties in with live traffic and automatically reroutes around traffic distortion. Navit is in the very early stages of being able to do this, which is pretty cool. Now we just need OSDash to feed us the info and we are in business.
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