Get Around Quickly with Arm Map Explorer 1.0
ArmCode releases Arm Map Explorer, which recreates all the functionalities of Google Maps while adding new ones like viewing a map with a coordinate grid on it, getting precise coordinates of any location on a map, moving to a needed location based on specified coordinates and more
Vancouver, Canada. - June 1, 2006: ArmCode today announces the release of Arm Map Explorer 1.0. This software brings Google Maps to your desktop and lets you find any location on the planet like cities, borders, roads and other cartographic objects and view them as dynamic interactive maps. Such maps are draggable, so you won't have to click and wait for graphics to reload each time you want to view adjacent parts of a map. Basically, Arm Map Explorer 1.0 allows you to work with interactive maps in much the same way as you would with a regular street map.
Arm Map Explorer 1.0 goes beyond the feature set offered by Google Maps. It allows you to view a map with a coordinate grid on it, get precise coordinates of any location on a map, and move to a needed location on a map based on the coordinates you specify. Using the object tree, you can momentarily locate and view capitals of states, large cities, world's landmarks, monuments, international airports and other interesting buildings and locations. You can also save a map as a file or print a map to take it with you on a trip or journey and use it as a regular paper map. Map Explorer is great for exploring different locations. It can, for example, help you study geography, both physical and economical. The program will display a satellite view for any locations such as hydroelectric stations, cities and other large objects. You can zoom the view in and out and pan in any direction.
Arm Map Explorer Pricing and Availability
Arm Map Explorer 1.0 runs under Windows 98/NT/XP/2000/2003 and distributed without requiring any payment or registration. Additional information on Map Explorer, as well as its installation distributive is available from http://www.armcode.com.
ArmCode is a software developer that specializes in cartographic software. Along with XMAP, the company is the author of Alien IP and ZIP Pointer. Alien IP locates a computer on a map based on a specified IP address. ZIP Pointer locates a city in North America on a map based on a specified ZIP and postal code. For more information, visit http://www.armcode.com.
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