AtlasCT announced an April release date for the first, full featured, voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation solution for the Firefox OS. The solution will be released under the brand name of "EverNav for Firefox". This announcement follows Mozilla's launch of the Firefox OS during the mobile world conference in Barcelona in February.
EverNav was initially released on September 2012 as an HTML5 turn-by-turn solution aimed at application developers and mobile marketing campaigns. The solution was quickly adapted by a large number of customers. Now, as part of the preparation for Mozilla's release of the Firefox OS, a dedicated EverNav version will be released during April.
"We were one of the first few companies to release HTML5 based navigation back in 2012 and we are proud to be the first to release a dedicated navigation solution for the Firefox OS today. HTML5 technology has come to the point that we were able to develop a full-featured navigation user experience, and we are extremely happy with the result." stated Ziv Avni, AtlasCT's Marketing Director.
EverNav for Firefox OS will include a personalized navigation experience with features like local information, live traffic reports, favorites and history sections, share location capability, social integration and much more.
According to Shlomo Emanuel, AtlasCT's CEO, "As the leading provider of HTML5 turn-by-turn navigation solutions, as soon as we learned about the Firefox OS, we decided to release a dedicated version." He added, "We are still looking into a number of possible business models for the services and this is one of the subjects we are discussing with mobile carriers that have already committed to backing the open web device initiative."
EverNav for Firefox OS will be available both on the Firefox Marketplace and on the EverNav website.
ABOUT ATLASCT: AtlasCT is a global leader in developing technologies and providing solutions in the field of maps, GIS and location-based services. The company's line of products includes mapping web services, SDK for all major platforms and LBS (location based services) mobile applications.