TomTom for Android gets an udpate, brings a bunch of improvements

TomTom for Android gets an udpate, brings a bunch of improvements
There will be nation-wide celebrations of travelers today, as TomTom has updated its application for Android. The new version, 1.1, brings some much-appreciated improvements, like optimized support for some newer smartphones like the Galaxy S III, One X and Nexus 4.

Not only will the app be able to take full advantage of the power of these handsets, but it will also make life easier for users who enjoy its offline navigation capabilities. With this new version of TomTom, maps can now be stored on the microSD card, instead of the internal memory, while the Driving View will also be enhanced to allow for better display of relevant information.

The update is, of course, free, while the app itself, for those who haven't purchased it, is available at the price of $49.99 for the US and Canada version, or $74.99 for Europe.

via: SlashGear



4. davidtb

Posts: 26; Member since: Aug 03, 2012

Thanks for the artticle. I've owned a tom tom and a Garmin, I like that Garmin displays your speed and the local speed limit. The Tom tom I have doesn't. $50 is rather pricy for an app.

3. GeekMovement unregistered

The title says "udpate."

1. nnaatthhaannx2

Posts: 820; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

That was a really strange video.

2. lonelyw

Posts: 17; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

I was expecting showing the new features and improvements!!!!!!

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