Navigon MobileNavigator US - Full Version

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  1. schoei1

    schoei1 New Member

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    Has anyone tried the Navigon Mobile Navigator Full Version? The US full version should be out soon and looks good.

    I have been using the Lite version and really like it. My original plan was to wait until TomTom and Apple work out their legal conflictions, I am having thoughts of buying the Navigon Full Verson. Not even sure if the TomTom will launch. But, without being able to test the delay time and accuracy to see how well it works, I wanted to see if anyone has any notes on using the full verson.

    Thanks
  2. Gotanks0407

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    i thought using maps was just awesome for me...
  3. schoei1

    schoei1 New Member

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    How about the AT&T Navigator with a T-Mobile sim card? It is free to download, but is suppose to be a $9.99/mo through your AT&T plan. If you are using a T-Mobile sim card with a T-Mobile plan, will this work? How would you get billed?
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    Me too. Why buy something for over 130$ when you already have a GPS?
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    For turn based navigation. Its difficult to look at the iPhone while driving
  6. Xhiea

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    i'd wait for tomtom, their app looks good, plus navigon doesn't have zip/post code search, which tomtom does.
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    It's way too expensive, you might as well as get dedicated GPS device with a bigger screen, built in maps, better signal, and better, well everything. I use xGPS (jb app) it uses Google maps and does turn by turn. There's some nice stuff there too like points of interest and what not. You can also predownload maps you that 1) it saves battery life 2) no waiting for crap to load and 3) it doesn't matter if you have not signal because you already have the map. Did I mention it's free!?
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    tomtom uses predownloaded maps, and the car kit boosts your gps signal to what a normal tomtom unit would have.
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    i was wondering if this would work with the ipod touch, not for gps just as an offline map app.
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    I am using Mobile Maps America North turn-by-turn Voice guided gps navigation from SYGIC
    I been using it for a couple of weeks and it works great.

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