Navman SmartGPS releases Australian first GPS for food lovers
Global Positioning System (GPS) company Navman has released a GPS that allows food lovers to search for food-related businesses near to them.
Using a specially created app, the Navman SmartGPS allows users to search for stockists on their phone, tablet or PC, save the address and then send it seamlessly to the GPS device.
Navman said it created the app to cater for people who want to find cafes, restaurants, fresh food markets or specialist food retailers that may be in unfamiliar areas.
Navman said its SmartGPS is also the first navigation device to integrate with users’ social media platforms, including Yelp and Foursquare. This will mean users can opt to get live recommendations for what to do, see or visit wherever they are in Australia as they drive.
The Navman SmartGPS is available from leading retailers with a recommended retail price of $299.
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