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Navigon v2.1 for iOS incorporates Google Street View function and manual route blocking

Navigon v2.1 for iOS incorporates Google Street View function and manual route blocking
In its quest to better assist drivers everywhere, the Navigon app for iOS has been updated recently to bring additional new features to the popular turn-by-turn navigation app. Specifically, version 2.1 of Navigon for iOS bring forth Google Street View, Navigon Cockpit, manual route blocking, and other performance enhancements.

Of all the new features with the update, Google Street View is seemingly the most prized item on the list, seeing that users will now be able to better visualize their destinations – giving them a good look as they’re approaching their end point. Secondly, there’s a new Navigon Cockpit interface that provides relevant driving data such as gForce, speed, horizontal & vertical position, and an adjustable speed & altitude graph. Furthermore, users now have the option to manually block routes on a map, thus, giving them alternative options in reaching destinations. Lastly, Navigon has improved the start-up time and map rendering performance to better enhance the app’s overall experience.

Well folks, if all the new features with this update aren’t enough to get you to buy the app, then you ought to know that the app has been reduced in price for a limited time until July 16th. The following price drops are detailed below, so go ahead and snag on the offer while it’s good.

  • NAVIGON USA: $29.99 instead of $49.99
  • NAVIGON North America: $39.99 instead of $59.99
  • NAVIGON MyRegion: $19.99 instead of $29.99
  • NAVIGON FreshMaps USA: $14.99 instead of $39.99
  • NAVIGON FreshMaps North America: $9.99 instead of $19.99
  • NAVIGON FreshMaps MyRegion: $19.99 instead of $49.99
  • NAVIGON Cockpit: $3.99 instead of $5.99

source: Navigon via Engadget


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