Navizon 'Moving Mode' Location Feature for iPhone

Navizon 'Moving Mode' Location Feature for iPhone
Navizon 'Moving Mode' Location Feature for iPhone. Navizon, a new unofficial third-party application for your iPhone software/firmware 1.1.3, has been recently updated to include some very cool features. First and foremost, there's the new "Moving Mode" feature, which automatically updates your position every 10 seconds. It's still not the real GPS, but it's one step closer and certainly better than the built-in Google Maps' MyLocation.

Then there are Navizon Alerts that allow users to define an area within a circle on the map, and set it to send them an email when a specified person enters the defined area.

With Navizon 2.0, users can run the program in the background while performing other iPhone operations. In conjunction with the “buddy finder” feature, the background capability allows other users to track your location at all times if desired. Another interesting Navizon feature is “Alerts,” which allows you to define a circled area on the Navizon Web site. When you or another “buddy” enters that area, an email alert can be sent to any address.

The Slider can stay on top of the Maps and will give you full control of the application while your position is being displayed:
+ click on the "Moving mode" and your location will be updated every 10 seconds. That way, you don't have to keep pressing on the "LocateMe" button like a maniac.
+ click on the "Buddies" icons and your buddies will be displayed instantly

This new version works on all firmware versions and can be installed by adding our repository to Installer. In order to do that, launch the Installer, go in Sources then "Edit" -> "Add" and enter http://

Needless to say, this could be a pretty handy feature on college campuses—increasing connectivity among students, faculty and staff by providing additional opportunities to conflate virtual and physical interactions.
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