TomTom does the Robot: the new Android app has advanced lane guidance, historical traffic and IQ Route
- World-class navigation - The latest, most accurate TomTom maps available – with no need for a mobile signal or data plan.
- Lifetime maps – Free updates that ensure access to the latest maps and fastest routes.
- IQ Routes - Arrival times that drivers can rely on – at all times of day.
- Advanced lane guidance – Gives drivers extra clarity when navigating difficult junctions.
- Spoken street names – Makes turnings even clearer.
- 2D / 3D driving view – The clearest display for the safest driving.
- TomTom HD Traffic – Available as an in-app purchase. It's the quickest way through traffic. Proven.
- TomTom Speed Cameras – Available as an in-app purchase. Save money and drive safely with real-time mobile and fixed camera alerts.
Pricing is set at $49.99 for the full North American map, £30.99 for the UK maps, and $74.99 for that Eurotrip experience. For the North American maps set you will need at least 2.3GB free on your mobile device.
1. PhenomFaz posted on 04 Oct 2012, 05:53 0 0
Neat app...and TOM TOM has always been good at this
9. PhenomFaz posted on 05 Oct 2012, 11:06 0 0
k buddy I am thumbing you up :)
But just out of love bro...ANY map app on the iPhone would be better than the native Apple Map..ahem ahem:)
Man you can tblame me...why did u have to mention the iPhone? Your fault :)
Sorry man couldnt resist :)
2. mercorp posted on 04 Oct 2012, 07:40 0 0
ironically,they helped to bring apple maps to us.
did day sabotage them?
3. ap1989 posted on 04 Oct 2012, 10:54 1 0
im not paying 50 bucks for this my google maps does every i need it to do
4. imkyle posted on 04 Oct 2012, 11:11 0 0
HD screens have been the 'it' trend in cell phones for the last 10 months now. Why wouldn't you support that from the get go?
5. JunitoNH posted on 04 Oct 2012, 11:14 1 0
For this price, might as well save a couple more bucks, and purchase a stand alone unit.
7. floating.static posted on 04 Oct 2012, 12:18 0 0
which phones/OS-es does this work with?! Not many - is this a Droid-only thing?? Fragmentation at it's finest...
I just checked on Play store, and it's not compatible with Jelly Bean (Moto Xoom tablet), ICS (Samsung GS3), Gingerbread (Moto Atrix), or Froyo (older tablets and a phone - didn't count the Logitech Revue lol)