SeeYou for iPad and iPhone!

We’re not exactly excited about this one because it took two months to get SeeYou approved by Apple and you missed the WGC in Argentina which you could have followed using your iPad and iPhone but whinig over – here it is: It’s a free app which shows you flights from the two most recent […]

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New versions galore

We’ve been busy lately working on some nice new feautres for all of our software products. The focus has been on creating a few features oriented at the World Gliding Championships which are starting in Gonzales Chaves in Argentina this weekend: http://wgc2012.com.ar/. They are using SeeYou Competition and Soaring Spot of course 🙂 Here’s what’s new […]

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Oudie 2 Lite

Due to popular demand we are now offering Oudie 2 with the bright screen also with SeeYou Mobile in trial mode. It is delivered complete – with all neccessary cables to connect it to your gliding instruments, including a power and serial cable. It is also complete software wise – with worldwide maps preinstalled on […]

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SeeYou for Android!

There are no words to describe how excited we are today. SeeYou for Android is out and there’s no reason for you to hold back: We have prepared a small video for you to explain the first steps: Is it free? No. But it is part of your SeeYou licence. Please read this post to […]

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SeeYou 5

SeeYou 5 has been released today along with the first Android version of SeeYou! There is so much to say we don’t know where to start. The Android version of SeeYou is surely much more significant than the increment in the major SeeYou version. However. If you can’t get your flights into the SeeYou Cloud […]

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SeeYou 4.3 with SeeYou Cloud

Today we are introducing the SeeYou Cloud. It is a very small Cloud right now, not larger than a whisp on top of a good blue thermal. But it has the potential and the energy to become a beautiful strong white Cumulus cloud. In the first implementation it enables you to see the flights you […]

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Oudie 2 LCD Upgrades are now available!

We are pleased to announce that Oudie 2 is back in stock and ready for shipping. New LCDs are here and they are working great:  Oudie 2 is already available at our dealers worldwide – please ask your local Naviter reseller for availability. It is also available from our website if a dealer is not located in […]

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SeeYou Recorder now also for the iPhone and iPad

We are pleased to announce that Apple has approved the SeeYou Recorder for iOS devices – iPhone and iPad! SeeYou Recorder has the same nice functionality as the SeeYou Recorder for Android however with a native iPhone user interface: Core functionality: . Flight is valid for OLC blue V . Share recorded flight by email . Flights […]

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Welcome, Android! My name is SeeYou Recorder.

We have all been eagerly awaiting this. Naviter’s first Android app with a similar iOS app to follow immediately after Apple approves it for the AppStore. It’s an IGC flight file recorder and its name is SeeYou Recorder. It’s free. And it’s actually an IGC flight recorder on steroids. It will do all of this […]

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SeeYou 4.22

We are happy to announce SeeYou version 4.22 which has been released today. If you have the default settings SeeYou will ask for permission to upgrade to the new version next time you run the software. Significant updates concern a large update of the default waypoints file with the latest data about US, Irish, Slovakian […]

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SeeYou Mobile 4.32

A new version of SeeYou Mobile is available as of today which mainly fixes a few bugs and adds a few details which make SeeYou Mobile more useful. Complete list of changes from 4.30 to 4.32 (click here) Download SeeYou Mobile 4.32 (for PDA and PNA click here) Download the latest Oudie firmware (click here)

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Oudie 2 is shipping

After some necessary fine tuning and delay we are happy to announce that the Oudie 2 is now shipping!   Oudie 2 has a new LCD which is a significant improvement compared to the standard one and it is now sunlight readable in cockpit. Fine tuning also brought a significant decrease in power consumption compared […]

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