Our friends over at NikkiSoft, makers of the award winning BlackBerry application QuickLaunch have recently released a phenomenal GPS application called QuickFind. QuickFind allows you to find previously marked locations that you need to get to such as a parked car, landmark, or an address and is also ideal for geocaching, hiking and fishing. This app will display your current location as well as your target location on a sonar-like display and help you navigate to the destination in which you are searching by showing your position, direction, speed and bearing. After using the application and seeing how much work was put into it I must say that this is definitely going to be another huge success for NikkiSoft, and BlackBerry fans will agree that QuickFind offers seamless integration with Google, and BB Maps that other applications just do not offer. QuickFind can be purchased for the low price of $1.99 and is available by clicking the Source link below, but we have a pretty sweet deal just for Gizmo Ninja Subscribers.
*You must be a Gizmo Ninja subscriber to qualify. If you are currently not a subscriber, simply create a login/password for the site and you’re good to go. Make sure you have a valid email address in your profile, or leave one in your comment so we can get a hold of you if you win. That’s it! Check out the screen shots below as well as a list of more features and make sure you drop us a comment to be entered for the giveaway.
The cut off for commenting is Monday December 27th 2010, and we will be announcing the winners on our December 28th 2010 Podcast! God Luck!
* Locations can be added by marking your current location, entering known gps coordinates of a location or performing a lookup by entering an address or landmark such as ’241 W. Jackson St’ or “Eiffel Tower” or “Oceanside, CA” etc.
* Locations can be mapped using Google Maps or BB Maps
* Turn by Turn directions to your destination can be displayed for driving, biking or walking routes and in 9 different languages
* When you approach your destination a configurable alert will go off. You can have several combinations of alerts such as blinking led, audio ping and vibrate.
* Option to keep your backlight on while navigating
* Information can be displayed in imperial or metric format
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