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October 22, 2012

GreenRoad launches smartphone addition

Uses smartphone native functionality, including GPS and built-in accelerometers, to eliminate the need for a professionally-installed telematics device in the vehicle.


September 11, 2012

Miami-Dade Transit unveils Android tracking app

Similar to the agency’s Transit Tracker iPhone app, the Transit Tracker for Android allows transit users to view bus schedules by bus stop and connecting bus routes; view real-time Metrorail train arrival times, including the ability map the location of trains as they approach a station; and plan a trip using Google trip planner.


August 16, 2012

1M public transit stops on Google Maps for Android

The new version allows you to highlight a single mode of transportation (subway, bus, or train), temporarily hiding the other transit information, thus making it easier to map your destination.


June 28, 2011

Prevost adds service finder app

The mobile app features detailed information about the seven Prevost Service Centers and 133 Prevost-certified Service Providers throughout North America. Users can view contact information and tap to automatically dial the phone number, send an e-mail, open the website or view a map showing the service provider’s location and turn-by-turn directions.


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