MarineTraffic App Now Optimized for Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based Android* Tablets

The Vessel Tracking App offers a wealth of maritime information to smart device users.

A recent announcement revealed that the MarineTraffic application is optimized for Android* tablets powered by Intel® Atom™ processors. The handy app allows users to track ships all over the globe.

The MarineTraffic app is the most popular vessel tracking tool for smart devices. It allows users to see vessel positions in real-time in addition to port and weather conditions. It is easy to see or replay a ship’s past route and view photos and details about each ship and fleet. Users can select from different map styles and the sharp, intuitive interface makes all the nautical details come to life.

With over a million downloads, the MarineTraffic app is now available to an even larger base of Android* users. Lightweight portability and sleek design means the vast information on this handy app is accessible on the go. The team at MarineTraffic had the advantage of business and technical tools through the Intel® Developer Zone.

"The MarineTraffic app provides great, up-to-date vessel location information for professionals and enthusiasts," says Nikos Laskaridis, Lead Developer of the MarineTraffic app. "The Android* tablets powered by Intel Atom processors offer a solid level of performance so users can track their favorite ships from any location."

MarineTraffic is available for immediate download at Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marinetraffic.android

About MarineTraffic
MarineTraffic is the world’s most trusted ship tracking service. For more information, visit: http://www.marinetraffic.com.

About Intel® Developer Zone
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