UNAV, the famous map viewer that has gradually become a real GPS navigator, Receives a new update on the operating system that has relied most on it so far, Ubuntu Touch. This time and getting his version 0.40, the application receives improvements that correct certain usability issues in its environment.
So far its developer, Marcos Costales, has been developing a lot of new features that have not been included in this version because they were not yet fully completed. It seems that despite the large number of new options that have been introduced in past editions of this program, Costales still has new ideas to incorporate into your app.
As can be read in the own web of the program, the improvements introduced by this new version of the application respond mainly to a number of changes to refine certain functionalities. So, for example, the history clearance pop-up window has been redesigned, Have been added possibility to look for points of interest in a radius of up to 80 km, the search results have been limited this time up to 50 matches and languages have been updated available in this App.
UNAV continues its path and continues to establish itself as the quintessential navigation application in the Ubuntu Touch environment. Its strong user community makes that the program receives updates almost weekly, So support for this program for the future is more than assured. The suggestions you have for this great app can be directed to Marc Costales through the wish list provided on the program page.