SOURCE: Rocky Mountain Tracking
FORT COLLINS, CO--(Marketwire - Sep 20, 2012) - Rocky Mountain Tracking (RMT) has recently made several updates to their live tracking mobile site for existing and new customers. The upgrade primarily enhances tracking features for the Smart Tracker, which has become one of the most popular anti-theft devices in the United States.
A "Locate Now" button pings Smart Trackers, a search string can filter device names, and vehicle status colors make tracking even more insightful. The company's mobile-friendly website allows users to track any Rocky Mountain Tracking GPS device, as long as they are at a Wi-Fi hotspot or have Internet on their phone at http://m.rmtracking.com.
Brad Borst, Owner and President of RMT, says, "The new updates dramatically increase the value and usability of our mobile site. Now customers can be sure of the status of their assets remotely. Miscellaneous bugs were also corrected, which allows everyone to use the mobile site with ease."
iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and other tablet and smart phone owners that also have a subscription to RMT's services can use the mobile website. The mobile site has navigation buttons at the top for the easiest possible movement around the featured Bing map. Search history features make the mobile site even more enticing.
Multiple tracking device subscribers can now see the status of all of their devices on one screen with by using a color key in the form of bullet points. The new colors are codes for each fleet device's status including stopped, driving, and more. The mobile website also gives the location, time and much more data on RMT GPS tracking devices.
The "Locate Now" button has also added value to the mobile site for those with Smart Tracker anti-theft devices. Instead of swiping fingers all over a touch screen, users can select the button and the site will escort them directly to the location of the device and its accompanying asset.
Finally, users can search for a specific device with the addition of the new search feature. This update gives a huge benefit to those with a large number of GPS tracking devices that need to find a device quickly.
The GPS tracking device company published a video about the update, which also gives clear and easy directions on how to use the mobile site. Interested individuals can find the video at this URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUrI0-3pnDw&feature=g-all-u
Rocky Mountain Tracking is the premier source for GPS tracking devices. Those interested in learning more about RMT's new mobile-friendly website update and their line of GPS tracking and anti-theft devices and services can call 888.242.0500 or visit www.rmtracking.com.