‘Shark’ Navigator Android App Launches in New Countries for First Time

Navigator, a new Android navigation app for Android, is launching in New Zealand, Canada and the U.S. as a partnership between Microsoft and Google.

The company said in a blog post that the launch comes after several months of research and development.

The partnership with Microsoft, Google and Microsoft is focused on building an ecosystem of apps, which can be used to get to your favorite websites and apps without having to download or install apps on your phone or tablet.

The first app launched in New York is the Navigator in English and French, with more to come.

“This is the beginning of the journey that we have been working on for many years, with Google, Microsoft and our partners,” Navigator CEO Rob Enderle said in the blog post.

“The journey of a modern mobile app is one that can be seen in the next wave of Android devices and services.”

The Navigator app is the first to be made available on the Google Play store, where users can find the app and sign up to receive notifications from the company when new versions are released.

The app is free to download and has a simple and easy-to-use interface.

The launch comes a week after the launch of the first version of the Navigate app, which was released in April.

That version includes the new Google Maps navigation app, a photo gallery, the ability to add to a playlist and more.