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Navionics teams with Raymarine for mobile technology

Raymarine and Navionics announced the availability of the latest version of Navionics Mobile with plotter-sync technology. It enables the wireless exchange of navigation data between Raymarine's E-Series Widescreen and G-Series navigation displays and devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Waypoint locations, favorite fishing spots and route plans instantly can be synchronized using Wi-Fi technology, allowing Raymarine owners to easily plan their next voyage directly within the Navionics Mobile app.

To get started, users need to add a Wi-Fi router to their Raymarine network. Raymarine offers full instructions at its website on how to set up plotter sync on board a boat.

The Navionics Mobile Marine and Lakes application is available in the iTunes Store for Apple devices.

Click here for the full release.

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