uNav (Ubuntu Touch GPS Software) Has Received New Features

As you may know, uNav is a free, open-source GPS navigation software specially built for Canonical’s Ubuntu Touch by a third party developer and Ubuntu enthusiast.

Marcos Costales has recently updated the GPS software, implementing a bunch of interesting new features and improvements. Among others, the voice settingss have been updated, 80 KM head distance has been placed to search into Nearby POIs, some translations have been updated and there are now only 50 results shown.

The app can be installed via the Ubuntu Touch App Store for free.

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