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About RouteBuddy
History: Founded in 2005, RouteBuddy Ltd. has pioneered the development of the leading Mac GPS Software application and maps, Mac GPS-Enabled Navigation Mapping Software that leverages Tele Atlas street navigation map data to deliver the ultimate Mac Navigation Software application which fully supports Apple's Mac OS X operating system.

Product: The RouteBuddy Navigation software is a standalone application for Mac OS X that is enhanced by the user being able to purchase and use any of the RouteBuddy Atlas Worldwide road map data sourced from Tele Atlas data sets. RouteBuddy has been built to work with many other types of map data and new ones are currently in development.

GPS Compatibility: RouteBuddy is compatible with many GPS receivers that communicate over NMEA protocol such as Magellan, USGlobalSat and so on, furthermore RouteBuddy can send and receive Waypoints, Routes and Tracks from many of Garmin's USB GPS devices using Garmin protocol. This enables the user to plan their trip at home or office on a large screen and then transfer data to the smaller screen GPS device for personal navigation. Once back in the office or home after a trip analyzing the results is made very easy and is quite straightforward. RouteBuddy is in continual development and the RouteBuddy R&D team look forward to making great strides in the demanding Mac market.

Contact: RouteBuddy Ltd. is headquartered in London, UK. For more information on the company and its navigation solutions, visit www.routebuddy.com, or send an email to info@routebuddy.com
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