GPS / Telematics

GPS Insight Mobile App for Android is Now Available for Customers

February 11, 2013 - Press Release

GPS Insight's new mobile app for Android smartphones.
GPS Insight's new mobile app for Android smartphones.

GPS Insight, the leading technology provider of GPS fleet tracking software, announced its new mobile app for Android, in addition to their existing iPhone app.

With GPS Insight Mobile for Android, fleet managers don’t need to be at their desk in order to stay up to date with fleet activity. The Android app allows you to quickly view vehicle location, status, driver, odometer, and more features to come.

GPS Insight Mobile is designed to be easier to use and more efficient than using a mobile device’s browser to load the desktop version of GPS Insight.

Rob Donat, Founder & CEO of GPS Insight stated, “As mobile devices become the new desktop computer, it’s important to support them as we do all browsers. While the full GPS Insight application has always worked on all mobile devices, we are glad to now support both Android and iPhone with the custom-designed mobile app customers have been asking for.”

Current customers can download the Android app from the Google Play Store.

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