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October 26th, 2012
AutoNavi Launches China’s First Map Application for Windows 8

AutoNavi’s customized map app, AMAP, offers a fast, accurate and easy-to-use mapping experience to Windows 8 users, taking advantage of many of the significant enhancements to the operating system’s user interface. Key features of the app include a 3D view, location sharing, location alerts and split-screen capability that enables users to perform other functions while still viewing their map.

“With the launch of app for Windows 8, we now operate map applications on all major operating systems, including Android and iOS,” said Mr. Congwu Cheng, chief executive officer of AutoNavi. “Our ability to develop maps successfully across multiple platforms reflects the strength, adaptability and speed of our R&D. We are proud that the quality and reliability of our map applications have been recognized by many of the world’s leading technology companies. We believe the app for Windows 8 will further strengthen our cooperation with Microsoft and expand our user base across a new range of devices.”

About AutoNavi Holdings Limited

AutoNavi Holdings Limited (Nasdaq:AMAP) is a leading provider of digital map content and navigation and location-based solutions in China. At the core of its business is a comprehensive nationwide digital map database that covers approximately 3.4 million kilometers of roadway and over 20 million points of interest across China. Through its digital map database and proprietary technology platform, AutoNavi provides comprehensive, integrated navigation and location-based solutions optimized for the Chinese market and users, including automotive navigation solutions, mobile location-based solutions and Internet location-based solutions, and public sector and enterprise applications. For more information on AutoNavi, please visit http://www.autonavi.com.