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GPS Tuner makes Outdoor Navigation available for WP7

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GPS Tuner has been published a new Navigation software for WP7 called Outdoor Navigation. Outdoor Navigation brings users to a world where outdoor activities are part of our everyday lives. Using our mobile off-road solution breaks down borders at the touch of a button. The journey with Outdoor Navigation begins where all the roads end.
It is an excellent tool for biking, jogging, skiing, hiking, geocaching, boating, flying and many other sporting activities.
Outdoor Navigation for Windows Phone 7 is the successor of the popular Award Winning GPS Tuner application which has more than 50.000 satisfied users around the Globe.
  • Online Street, Satellite and Topo maps (Bing, OpenStreetMap, OpenCycleMap)
  • Search places or POIs
  • Track recording, creating custom Photo POIs
  • Online Route Planning from A to B (car or pedestrian), manual route drawing
  • Outdoor navigation with Digital Compass
  • Trip Computer with 40 selectable tools with multiple layout options
  • Track, analyze and compare your tracks on Charts
  • Share your tracks and POIs via E-mail or Facebook with embedded Chart and Map view
  • Speedometer with speed limit warning feature
  • Displaying your geo-tagged photos from Pictures Hub on the Map
  • Emergency message sending via SMS or E-mail
In Trial Mode:
  • You can record only 3 tracks
  • You can create only 5 waypoints
  • You can not change layout in Trip Computer and Charts
  • You can not use SOS function
Additional info and online manual can be found: www.gpstuner.com/windowsphone7
Outdoor Navigation costs $4.99 and can be found in Marketplace here.
See more screen shots after the break.

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