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Montana software version 3.98 Beta as of April 18, 2012

Montana software version 3.98 Beta as of April 18, 2012

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Although this software is believed to be reliable, it has not yet been released for production and should be used at your own risk.

Change History

Changes made from version 3.97 to 3.98:
•Added ability to remove the red pin while panning the map
•Added ability to set a via point while navigating a calculated route
•Added new route activity types
•Improved GPS response at low speeds
•Improved camera white balance
•Improved Arabic fonts
•Fixed issue with preserving routes imported from Basecamp (identical maps required)
•Fixed Where To? > Address bug that would prevent finding an address
•Fixed issue related to not ignoring first screen press after backlight times out
•Fixed shutdown related to a shortcut that locks a specific orientation
•Problems with this beta software may be reported to


  • Downloaded, seems all good so-far, no issues found yet!
  • Boyd 2009 Points
    The only issue I've read about elsewhere is that if you select direct routing, the route line remains anchored to your start point, instead of behaving like a rubberband and always connecting your current position with your destination.

    Still have not updated yet myself.
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