Best Navigation apps are already there on Android and iOS as native apps, but what about the browser?
TeleNav has developed world’s first and state of the Art HTML 5 based Turn-by-turn navigation system that can run on any modern mobile web browser.
TeleNav’s native apps have been doing this for a while but the HTML 5 browser based webapp uses HTML5 location APIs along with Offline caching. The service would be free and is known to run on iOS, Android and WP7.
At the time of writing, its available to a group of developers, who can add TeleNav’s voice-guided GPS by plugging in a single line of code into their websites or apps. It would soon be released to commercial users.
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“This is an enormous amount of added value for any mobile, location-based website or app focused on travel, shopping, local search, deals and more,” said Sal Dhanani, co-founder and vice president of products for TeleNav. “With one line of code, you can give your customers one-click access to premium, voice-guided turn-by-turn directions to any location, including hotels, restaurants, merchants or deal locations. Customers never need to leave your app.”
TeleNav would like to partner with select developers to test the service. Interested mobile website publishers and app developers can apply for early access by visiting TeleNav’s website at www.telenav.com/developer/HTML5.
TeleNav expects to publicly launch its HTML5 service in early 2012. Consumers will not need to be current TeleNav customers but will need to have an HTML5-compatible feature phone or smartphone.