Bad Elf Recommends CityMaps2Go!

August 18, 2011

Bad Elf Recommends CityMaps2Go!

Bad Elf and Ulmon have teamed up to bring you a 50% discount on your purchase of CityMaps2Go from the App Store from now through 26 August 2011!

You have your Bad Elf GPS connected to your iPod touch, iPad, or iPhone. Now you need an app that gets you up and running quickly.

Ulmon’s CityMaps2Go offers great value. It covers thousands of cities and regions around the world. No matter where you live or where you are going, CityMaps2Go has a map for you.

You can download more than 7,000 maps in 165 countries to your CityMaps2Go app free of extra charges! CityMaps2Go delivers full coverage for the USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland!

CityMaps2Go Version 3 offers vector based maps that reduce map storage requirements by 90%, but still includes thousands of points of interest!  Save your iPod touch and iPad Wi-Fi storage for music, video, and other apps.

What could be better?





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