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Meander 1.2 Adds Custom Measurements

Meander 1.2 Adds Custom Measurements

by , 8:35 AM EST, January 4th, 2008

Fastforward Software announced the immediate availability of Meander 1.2 on Friday. The updated version of the route planning application added the ability to define custom measurements, improved the preferences window, and fixed several bugs.

Meander is a Universal Binary application that lets users plot points, create routes, and measure distances on maps. It supports Google Maps, scanned maps, and more.

The application is available for download at the Fastforward Software Web site and is priced at US$19.95. The update is free for registered users.

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