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GPS speedo 1.1 for iOS - Speed in MPH, km/h, and m/s, Simultaneously

GPS speedo 1.1 for iOS – Speed in MPH, km/h, and m/s, Simultaneously

Pfaeffikon, Switzerland – Power App GmbH today is pleased to introduce GPS speedo 1.1 for iOS, their app that displays GPS-accurate speed readings in three formats simultaneously: Miles per Hour, Kilometers per Hour, and Meters per Second. A fourth window displays altitude in Meters above sea level. All digital readouts are accurate to two decimal places, and the app uses data from the GPS-System and the GSM/UMTS-Network. A Head’s Up Display function, similar to those in fighter aircraft, allows drivers to read their speed projected onto the windshield from an iPhone on top of the dashboard.
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iSwingSpeed Free for iOS - Calculates Speed of Golf Swing in MPH or KPH

iSwingSpeed Free for iOS – Calculates Speed of Golf Swing in MPH or KPH

Huntington Woods, Michigan – Marvel Apps today is pleased to introduce iSwingSpeed Free for iOS, their new utility app calculates the speed of the user’s golf swing in either miles per hour or kilometers per hour. To operate, the user places their iPhone flat on the ground, approximately 27 inches behind the ball in the swing path of the club (the iPhone is 4.5 inches long, so six phone lengths works perfectly). Employing the iPhone’s built-in mic, the app measures the speed of the swing to an accuracy of plus or minus 4 MPH at speeds up to 140 MPH. The user need not pre-set the app; speed is displayed automatically following every swing.
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iSwingSpeed 1.0 for iOS - Calculates Speed of Golf Swing in MPH or KPH

iSwingSpeed 1.0 for iOS – Calculates Speed of Golf Swing in MPH or KPH

Huntington Woods, Michigan – Marvel Apps today is pleased to introduce iSwingSpeed 1.0 for iOS, their new sports app that calculates the speed of the user’s golf swing in either miles per hour or kilometers per hour. To operate, the user places their iPhone flat on the ground, approximately 27 inches behind the ball in the swing path of the club (the iPhone is 4.5 inches long, so six phone lengths works perfectly). Employing the iPhone’s built-in mic, the app measures the speed of the swing to an accuracy of plus or minus 4 MPH at speeds up to 140 MPH. The user need not pre-set the app; speed is displayed automatically following every swing.
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