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Telmap offers voice-guided GPS navigation beta for free

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Telmap offers voice-guided GPS navigation beta for free - read the full textThe authors of the Telmap Navigator mobile navigation software are looking for candidates willing to participate in its beta testing. The software is compatible with a large number of handsets available on the market and offers a good number of services, including voice-guided navigation, real...

 

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> In reply to mike @ 2009-09-10 07:55 from Yfyk - click to readGreen line areas are specific to Israel and defines Palestinian territories. When you have this option checked, the application warns you when you try to navigate on a road which passes through Palestine.

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  • 2010-07-26 21:44
  • 3RPn

after registration, got the sms with the link and activation code. nothing happened when I click next.

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  • 2010-03-24 21:01
  • mZir

I can't register from my phone do you no why

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  • 2009-10-26 21:00
  • 3sEm

What are "green line areas?"

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  • 2009-09-10 07:55
  • Yfyk

I have a W715.

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  • 2009-07-29 01:17
  • nw36
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Hey,

I wanted to clarify this issue:

The version we are offering on the User Group is a free beta version.

When I say a beta version It doesn’t necessarily mean that is the newest Telmap on the market.
(It is also not our brand new v5.0 version)

It simply means it is a version that we use in order to test certain features of the application.

The main idea here is that you get the application free of charge and in return you will, once in a while, send us some feedbacks.

Best

Roi

Telmap User Group Administrator


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  • 2009-07-22 13:17
  • S6q@

> In reply to blah @ 2009-07-12 16:53 from q{WC - click to readHey,

We now have a Nokia 5800 version.

You can find it in our registartion site at www.telmap.com.com/tug

Roi Revach

Telmap User Group Admin

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  • 2009-07-22 12:13
  • S6q@

> In reply to Chuck @ 2009-07-12 18:38 from 4Hbw - click to readYes, it can be used in the USA.
You just have to go into the options and change the map settings to indicate that you're in North America

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  • 2009-07-13 14:37
  • j@Wu

You can have nav4all.com that support all mobile devices running java os, for free and it support about 70 languages, it works even without GPS antenna using only GPRS, you can drive 1000km using only 20-30kb data, it supports google maps, it's free, go to nav4all.com have a look.

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  • 2009-07-13 13:12
  • TmxD

If you have any phone not on the list, don't waste your time.
If you click "other", it says they aren't offering anything for your device at this time.
I think they are just trying to get email address's to bombbard with advertisements about their products in the future.

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  • 2009-07-13 06:13
  • jS7B

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-07-10 23:15 from kIyb - click to readOuch on the price!

Garmin's version which is included on media card sounds much better and it's already been in the market for awhile!

Telmap needs to do some considerable work and offer affordable prices since it's coming into the GPS field so late!

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  • 2009-07-13 04:12
  • I0H@

too bad its not like garmin mobile xt... download all maps and no data plan needed. Be careful with data usage, especially when you're roaming.

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  • 2009-07-13 02:29
  • kWSu

Not bad, but needs some useability testing and recommendations made, such as: 1) would like to see AGPS used, not just phone GPS 2) would like the option to pair with external bluetooth GPS unit 3) would like to be able to search with partial postcodes 4)General user improvements for navigating around application
- not used it yet so further comments to follow!

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  • 2009-07-12 21:53
  • pSp{

i installed it on my black berry and it seems as if it cant be used in the usa.

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  • 2009-07-12 18:38
  • 4Hbw

does this work for the nokia 5800??

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  • 2009-07-12 16:53
  • q{WC
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Hi,

My name is is Roi and I am the User Group Administrator at Telmap.
I would like to address some of the comments here.
Please note that we vary the devices supported in the Telmap User Group according to our particular needs from time to time.
We actually do support more devices - however right now we are concentrating on the ones listed in the article.
Within a few weeks we will be adding more devices to the Telmap User Group.
On Symbian S60 our application is native.
Please note that if you install a particular version on a different device and it works - then it's purely by chance.
Each device family has it's specific build and we recommend only installing the correct build for your device.

Best

Roi

Telmap User Group Administrator

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  • 2009-07-12 11:21
  • S6q@

they did say symbian handsets... and last time i checked... they were generally nokia's.... keep up!

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  • 2009-07-12 09:52
  • nxrF

It's a java application, chose S.E. W995 and noticed that it downloads the same version, 4.57.10, 1707 kB big, for any S.E. mobile. It works on Nokia E51, so I guess it works on any S60 Nokia, even some recent S40 models. It crashes at Drive/Walk to function, when trying to obtain Traffic reports (that are unavailable in my area), but invoking Traffic reports from the menu does not trigger crashing, it just says No traffic reports.

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  • 2009-07-12 02:09
  • 3ca4

> In reply to karwai2126@yahoo.com @ 2009-07-10 20:02 from PS6i - click to readIndeed, when will other makes of handset apart from the ones listed ie Nokia ones....

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  • 2009-07-11 12:42
  • M%ju

great!

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  • 2009-07-11 11:41
  • nQLd

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