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MapEverywhere.com – Intelligent Maps For Visitors

Powered by a navigation technology that’s not reliant on GPS or Wi-Fi, MapEverywhere lets people who are visiting a hospital, hotel, university or theme park for the first time find their way around it. This navigation technology goes by the name of MapOS, and it is available both on the cloud and as an in-house hosted solution. Its uses are many, and they’re all very impressive. When the technology is activated, users are...

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RouteXL.com – Online Route Planner

RouteXL is one of the fastest and more user-friendly applications for the sorting out of waypoints that you are ever going to find. It will enable you to find the optimal route for getting to multiple places, one after the other. All you will have to do is to enter the addresses that you intend to get to, and then by taking your current location into account (the site can determine that automatically) the site will determine the best...

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Rome2Rio.com – Find Cheap Flights

Make a point of checking this site out if you are still trying to figure the best possible route for your long-dreamt vacation. That is exactly what Rome 2 Rio will let you work out – the best (and cheapest) way to determine how to get from any point of the world to the other. The site works by letting you specify where you are located and where you want to get. In the first case, you can supply either the name of your town or...

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Routema.kr – Share Your Favorite Routes

Simplifying the process in which routes are created and shared is what this new service has been put together for. Routema.kr is here to let all those among you who love trekking and tripping cross-country spread the best routes that you know with others. And a service like this one can also be used by people who have travelled anywhere, and who want to share the spots that they have been to with their friends in a visual way. Routes...

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Get-Direction.com – Get Driving Directions

Get Direction is a new route finder that already covers most cities and metropolitan areas. Those among you who keep on commuting will be able to determine which route to take in order to maximize your time, and also to save on fuel. The site itself is powered either by Google Maps or Bing Maps – that is entirely up to you. It works the same way in both cases, as all you are requested to do is to write the address you have to...

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