I am sure that most of the world’s population already has their own cellular telephone. In fact, a technology company is launching a cellular phone product for children in the form of a watch. This answers the needs of parents who are busy and still want to communicate and monitor the whereabouts of their children.
This time we will look at how to install mobile gps software that is usually already implanted in a cellular phone.
- Enjoy turn-by-turn directions from GPS Pilot’s TripPilot software. You can automatically locate your current position, and then assign an ending destination anywhere in the USA, Canada and much of Europe. GPS Pilot also offers software for flights, a compass, speedometer and atlas for trip planning.
- Listen to TomTom tell you how to get to your destination in the voice of your choice on your PDA or SmartPhone. TomTom has 50 different voices and speaks 22 different languages. TomTom is one of the easiest mobile GPS programs to install. Simply slide the memory card into your mobile device and you are ready to use TomTom.
- Explore the area you are visiting when you install the smart2go mobile GPS software. In addition to turn-by-turn directions to specific addresses, smart2go software provides lists and directions to area hotels, restaurants, clubs and other interesting places anywhere in the USA and beyond.
- Use NASA technology to guide your trips with TopoFusion software. TopoFusion mobile GPS software gets 2D and 3D maps from Microsoft’s TerraServer and NASA’s OnEarth server. Map view options with TopoFusion include aerial photo, satellite and topographical views.
- Install free mobile GPS software to your computer and device. Free GPS software comes with varying levels of functionality. Carefully review each program’s features before trying it.