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With a big, easy-to-tap interface iOnRoad has a bevy of features to help you with everything from your daily commute to occasional road trip. Check out the video above for our live interview from CES 2011 with Pictitup CEO, Alon Atsmon.
Already available for Android, iOnRoad is coming soon to the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
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