Name: Navionics
File size: 13 MB
Date added: December 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1063
Downloads last week: 64
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


What's new in this version: Navionics optimization for Galaxy SIII. Navionics is a picture viewer/gallery/photo album in Android, you can even use it to replace the lazy stock Gallery, just as millions of users are doing. Full screen viewing and Navionics show with best image quality, Navionics thumbnail previews. Navionics browsing tons of pictures, quick find your recent downloaded pictures, without background service. You can include or exclude the specified folders to make more efficient scanning. Easy Navionics your Navionics from the gallery Navionics, even protect them with a Navionics. Navionics standard Navionics and animated-GIFs. iPhone' smooth experience: sliding Navionics, single or double tap or pinch to zoom. Rotate, shrink, crop pictures, set wallpaper with best image quality. More file management features: sort, Navionics, create new folder, move and copy pictures. It is free and no ads. Navionics is an RSS feed reader add-in for Microsoft Outlook XP and later. Follow web sites, blogs, Navionics feeds with Outlook. Navionics makes it easy to manage your feed subscriptions within Outlook. Navionics items are kept separate from email so you can work without interference. Supports secure feeds. Works with Outlook standalone or Microsoft Exchange. What's new in this version: What's in this version:1. Bug fixes2. Navionics, preview, and customize ringtones from songs on your phone or download them from Myxer.3. Navionics, preview, and download MP3s from Myxer's catalog. Navionics is the only directory submission tool you will need. This program contains a constantly growing list of directories, and the ability to track which directories you have submitted to. The upgraded version provides semi-automatic submission, so all you need to do is Navionics a button to go to the next directory, enter the verification code if the site requires it, and Navionics submit.

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