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Fullpower Introduces MotionX(TM)-GPS 10.0 for the iPhone

MotionX Delivers New User Experience and Top Feature Wishes From Millions of MotionX Users

SANTA CRUZ, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/23/10 -- Fullpower Technologies, the global leader for mobile sensing solutions, announces MotionX-GPS 10.0, further improving the iPhone's leading outdoor activity navigation solution.

MotionX-GPS embeds the functionality of an advanced handheld GPS unit into a simple and intuitive iPhone application that is ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, running, sailing, skiing, kayaking, motorcycling, and flying. MotionX-GPS 10.0 features a new and improved user experience and a host of new features drawn from the feedback of millions of MotionX customers, including:

  • Live speed and altitude graphs: view your real-time progress when you record tracks.

  • Ascent, decent, and gradient information: monitor your climb and descent.

  • New sharing interface: sharing your tracks, waypoints, and current position is easier and more intuitive than ever before.

  • Advanced on-board maps: only access the wireless network when you want to.

"MotionX-GPS 10.0 is a breakthrough with live elevation, velocity graphs, on-board maps and new user experience -- all based on feedback gathered from 5 million MotionX users," said Philippe Kahn, CEO of Fullpower. "MotionX users have taken MotionX-GPS around the world to every continent in an endless variety of outdoor sports and pursuits, from climbing volcanoes, tracking lava flows, capturing hot air balloon flights, to navigating the Pacific and much more."

MotionX: The leader for navigation on the App Store with over 5 million users
Embraced by millions of iPhone enthusiasts, MotionX-GPS 10.0 for the iPhone 3G and 3GS is available for $2.99 for a limited time through the Apple App Store. The update is free to current MotionX-GPS customers. MotionX offers 24 x 7 support.

About Fullpower/MotionX
Founded in 2003 by Sonia Lee and Philippe Kahn, Fullpower's mission is to be to motion what Dolby labs is to sound. With over 5 million MotionX users and as the leader in mobile sensing, Fullpower is building on its expertise in wireless sensor technology to deliver unique, interactive motion-sensing applications. MotionX solutions are designed and developed in Santa Cruz, California for the iPhone and the iPad.

Important Links:
MotionX-GPS 10.0 in the iTunes Store:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=299949744&mt=8

MotionX-GPS Website:
http://gps.motionx.com

Follow MotionX on Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/motionx

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Contact:
Tami Casey
Kulesa Faul for Fullpower/MotionX
650.340.1984
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