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June 16, 2010

Free sat nav for iPhone users

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by David Allen

Owners of the iPhone can now get their hands on a free sat nav application from Skobbler, the producer of video and audio navigation systems.

The system utilises the service offered by OpenStreetMap.

This is a navigation service available to all free of charge, which is based on a “Wiki” style interface that allows users to edit maps according to changes in circumstances and they can even add places of interest too.

When the OpenStreetMap software is combined with the Skobbler Sat Nav app, the iPhone user is getting a very sophisticated sat nav service that is completely free of charge.

According to Marcus Thielking, the co founder of Skobbler, those users that get involved in editing the sat nav, experience a real sense of achievement.

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