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If you are looking for Tyre, you have come to the right place. We explain what Tyre is and point you to the official download.

What is Tyre?

Tyre is a software that indicates directions and provides route details. It is similar to Global Position System platforms used by cars as mad databases such as Google Earth. The software is used to plan routes for travelling.

It is highly compatible with mobile phone apps that make use of GPS systems. Tyre is particularly used to communicate results to Garmin, OziExplore, and Google Earth. When searching for a destination, the software can generate the maps directly to your phone, computer, or even the GPS of your car. It is highly dependent on the Internet and cannot function off-line. It is not capable of creating off-line databases. You may also pre-load digital road books using the software.

The software can also be used in research and in obtaining photographs of an exact location. It is a stand-alone application and does not need installation to be completely functional. Printing the maps is also possible as data can be transferred to devices including printers. It does not interfere with other applications of similar purpose-mailing maps is also possible as they can be presented in formats like any regular documents.

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File types supported by Tyre

Our users primarily use Tyre to open these file types:

About file types supported by Tyre

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Last updated: : July 15, 2013