As we continue to see traditional GPS makers placing their attention in the smartphone market, it’s only inevitable before we see a radical shift amongst drivers and their choice of navigation. With version 1.8 of TomTom for iOS, it packs along the awesome goodness of HD Traffic, which essentially provides greater information regarding congestion to “major” and “secondary” US roads. Obviously, current TomTom Traffic subscribers will get to use this new feature for free, but if you’re not, just expect to shell out $20 for this in-app purchase.
Furthermore, it also features multi-stop routes that allow you to modify and personalize your lengthy trips – thus, making it less grueling completing a 2,000 mile trek across a few states. Fortunately, the new multi-stop routes feature is available to everyone who already owns the app.
Live and ready for the taking right now in the App Store, you can download the latest version of TomTom to your specific iOS device – from there, you can let TomTom guide you to your destination.
source: iTunes via Engadget