By September 9, 2007

VITO AstroNavigator II updated to v1.3

VITO Technology announces a new version of VITO AstroNavigator II. It comes just in time to watch the Solar Eclipse on September 11, 2007 at 12:44 pm GMT.

VITO AstroNavigator II

VITO AstroNavigator II

The Partial Solar Eclipse will be visible to the lucky minority from South America, specifically Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. Are you longing to be a part of this great event and there is no chance to go to any of these countries?

Do not give way to despair because with VITO AstroNavigator II you may gaze at any Solar Eclipse. VITO AstroNavigator II allows you to choose the exact time and the location where the eclipse is expected to be seen – and there you have it in front of you. Enjoy being a part of the Universe and be aware about the most significant events happening over there.

Great news for Samsung BlackJack and Moto Q users: new version of VITO AstroNavigator II supports these Smartphones. The GPS search has become much faster. In addition to this VITO AstroNavigator II supports landscape devices now. The bug with distorted image on incoming calls has been fixed.

VITO AstroNavigator II is available for $ 19.95 at Free trial provided. Updates are free for customers who purchased VITO AstroNavigator II within a year’s time.

Posted by: Matt

[Technorati tag(s): , , , , , ]

Posted in: News

About the Author:

More than 20 years in the IT industry. Blogging with a passion and thirst for new technology since 2005.
Loading Facebook Comments ...

Post a Comment

No Trackbacks.