Spot for Blackberry Released

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Sport For Blackberry
Skylab Mobilesystems has published “Spot for Blackberry” a GPS program for the Blackberry. Spot is a tool to that takes advantage of the built-in GPS function of the Blackberry 7520. The program shows your position on Street Level Maps, Satellite Photos or other maps from subscribtion-free Web Map Services. It features Moving Map Navigation, Waypoint / POI (Point of Interest) Management, Routing to Waypoints and much more. Due to interopeable industry standard interfaces, Spot can be easily integrated in a company GIS environment to be used for Field Navigation.

“Spot for Blackberry” costs 29.00 and a demo version is available for download.

Further information can be found at: http://www.skylab-mobilesystems.com/en/products/spot_bb.html

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Sport For Blackberry
Sport For Blackberry
Sport For Blackberry
Sport For Blackberry

  • S. Wolf

    Be nice if it [Spot] worked. My demo version is locked into a loop and I have to wait until the [minutes-long only] demo version expires before regaining control. All it does until that point is congratulate me for having the latest version of Spot then tells me I’m connected to [satellite name?] and then goes back to congratulating me before again saying I’m connected and so on. None of the controls work while this is going on, so I can’t back out or cancel this nonsense. Skylab’s site doesn’t list a phone number so I can’t actually talk to someone about it. Most unhelpful.

    P.S. Your site also has problems. For example one can’t use anti-spam techniques (such as replacing the “@”) in the electronic mail address field. Bad move, that.

  • S. Wolf

    Be nice if it [Spot] worked. My demo version is locked into a loop and I have to wait until the [minutes-long only] demo version expires before regaining control. All it does until that point is congratulate me for having the latest version of Spot then tells me I’m connected to [satellite name?] and then goes back to congratulating me before again saying I’m connected and so on. None of the controls work while this is going on, so I can’t back out or cancel this nonsense. Skylab’s site doesn’t list a phone number so I can’t actually talk to someone about it. Most unhelpful.

    P.S. Your site also has problems. For example one can’t use anti-spam techniques (such as replacing the “@”) in the electronic mail address field. Bad move, that.