Archive for the ‘NaviComputer for Windows Phone’ Category

NaviComputer for Windows Phone 8 – BETA version released

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Hello everybody,

it is a long time ago since NaviComputer got its last updates on the Windows mobile platform and it took a while to get it started with Windows Phone.

But finally here are some good news for all Windows Phone 8 users:


Preview Video showing WP7 <-> PC synchronization

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Hello everyone,

I have spent a lot of time with coding in the last weeks and today I made another short and rough preview video about NaviComputer for Windows Phone.

It shows how NaviComputer for WP7 together with the corresponding PC application NaviMapper can easily synchronize and transfer files between the Phone and a desktop PC. Compared to Windows Mobile 6 with WP7 it is not possible to copy files to the phone using the windows explorer, so I had to find a different solution to get maps and track files from the PC onto the phone. (more…)

NaviComputer goes Metro (WP7) – first preview

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012


as you might already know I am working on NaviComputer for Windows Phone 7 smartphones.

Since I would like to get as much feedback as possible in an early stage from potential users, today I recorded a short screen video of my actual userinterface prototype. Of course there are still a lot of things and features missing. This video is only intended to give an impression of the basic userinterface concept. As I want to optimize NaviComputer for the best user experience any feedback is highly appreciated.


About my first experiences with Windows Phone 7.5

Sunday, February 5th, 2012

today I want to write a short review about my first experiences with windows phone 7.5 Mango and my new HTC Titan which I own for about 2 weeks now.