Actual photo of Navizon’s virtual GPS in action – Thanks Cyril!
Thanks to Navizon’s virtual GPS, the iPhone gets some real-time positioning capabilities. This is done by locating the nearest WiFi hotspots and cellular towers. Navizon also uses a database of geo-information built by its user community.
Go to Navizon’s blog to learn how to install the application. It is free for 15 days, then users can buy it for $24.99. Once installed, you can setup Google Map to use the virtual GPS and instantly know where you are – cool huh?
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