Navigon brings MobileNavigator to the App Store

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    The App Store has been lacking something for a while now. An easy to use Navigation Application. Starting today, That comes to an end. Navigon has decided to release "MobileNavigator" today. Engadget has got a hold of the app today and through their showing of it, the application looks phenomenal. It is unlike any navigation app we've seen yet. It has tons of features that are unsupported in other applications, Such as Turn-By-Turn Voice navigation. It is a bit pricey though, coming up to $99 (On sale until August 15th, For $69.99). Compared to all of the navigation apps on the App Store, I'd say its completely worth it.​

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    Looks very impressive.
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    Wow, looks really neat. Wish I had an iPhone.
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    Can't wait till my contract with Sprint runs out so I can get a phone with GPS. It won't be an iPhone, but oh well...

    Anyway, on topic, this app looks really good. It's a huge file size and pricey, but for what it gives you in terms of functionality, I'd pay for it.

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