Seapilot makes its way to Windows Phone
- Windows Phone Area
- On January 2, 2015
Popular marine navigation app is now in the Windows Phone Store
Seapilot app, developed by True Heading and Stockholm Radio, offers professional marine navigation to all who want to explore the seas without expensive GPS equipment. The app, which was first released for iOS, uses phone’s build-in GPS sensor so it works even out of the mobile network coverage area. Seapilot is the first mobile app to feature AIS weather info and data from the nearest weather station and Auto Identification System for tracking vessels in real time.
Seapilot covers professional navigation standards and pulls data from National Maritime Administrations. S-57 charts, extended 5 day weather forecast, and other special features can be purchased within the app. S-57 charts purchased by country are available for:
- Poland (coming soon)
- Great Britain
- Ireland + Northern Ireland
Seapilot’s key functionalities include GPS positioning, course and speed vectors, own heading, easy return to position, track your boat on the chart, adjustable own speed and vector, plotting objects, object search, chart for global orientation, and more.
You can download the app from the Windows Phone. Seapilot comes with In-App purchases unlocking S-57 chart data for different regions. For More information go to https://seapilot.com/.
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