MotionX GPS Drive Updated for iPhone and iPad, Adds Spoken Street Names
Next-Generation HD Speech Synthesis Technology Added to MotionX-GPS Drive for iPhone and iPad
Santa Cruz, Calif. – Jan. 3, 2011 — Fullpower-MotionX today announced MotionX-GPS™ Drive < Version 8.0 for the iPhone and iPad tablet, with HD Speech Synthesis for high quality spoken street names. The addition of HD Speech Synthesis makes MotionX-GPS Drive the first navigation solution to offer users a choice between the industry-leading natural voice for turn-by-turn driving instructions, or synthesized voice, an option that includes high quality spoken street names created using next-generation voice synthesis technology. Fullpower's MotionX-GPS Drive HD version 8.0 is built specifically for the iPad, the most popular tablet computer on the market.
MotionX-GPS Drive is the best selling navigation application for the iPhone and iPad in 2010 as named by Apple and reported by Consumer Reports Cars Blog (http://blogs.consumerreports.org/cars/2010/12/apple-names-most-popular-iphone-gps-navigation-apps.html). Fullpower-MotionX applications are built specifically for the iOS platform, which allows the development team to quickly take advantage of the latest features. Rapid updates and innovations are why 8 million iOS enthusiasts use MotionX applications worldwide.
The advanced MotionX technology platform is at the heart of Nike’s Nike+ GPS application and it is embedded by Texas Instruments in its ultra-low power MSP430 microcontrollers.
MotionX-GPS Drive V8.0 is immediately available for the iPhone at $0.99 and for the iPad at $2.99. The application covers the U.S. and Canada and includes 30 days of free Live Voice Guidance. Additional guidance packages are available at $2.99 for 30 days or $19.99 for a year. The upgrade is free to current MotionX-GPS Drive customers.
For more information on Fullpower-MotionX technology visit www.fullpower.com.
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