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EarthNC Routing Adds to New Depth to iOS Marine Charting Apps for iPhone and iPad

  (November 10, 2011)

Delray Beach, Florida (PRWEB) November 10, 2011

EarthNC, Inc. announced today the availability of new multi-point routing support for its iPhone Marine Charts application. The update, now available via Apple, Inc.s iTunes, allows boaters to quickly plot a multi-segment course on their iPhone with heading and distance data per segment as well as the ability to dynamically rubber band routes. A key feature is the ability to download the latest charts on the route directly from EarthNCs cloud-based NOAA chart and weather server thus assuring boaters have the very latest charts available for the routes they care about.

EarthNCs co-founder, Virgil Zetterlind commented: Our boater community has been asking for multi-point routing for quite some time and Im happy to say that I think weve delivered what theyre looking for. Its simple, easy and leverages our real-time, cloud-based chart and weather service. Were going to be paying careful attention to the reviews and feedback to see how we should improve upon it.

About EarthNC, Inc.
EarthNC, based in Delray Beach, Florida, develops mobile marine navigation applications for iOS and Android platforms for consumers, companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations.


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