iGo My Way navigation for the iPhone is coming your way

iGo My Way navigation for the iPhone is coming your way
In addition to Nagivon’s and AT&T’s navigation offerings we told you about last week, it seems the iGo My Way amigo software is also coming to the iPhone. A Hungarian blog has posted several hands-on images and videos, taken with the beta version of the application to demonstrate some of its functionality. The set will have the full package of Tele Atlas maps and its price, once the product is released, would be $75 plus there’s also a version planned for the future that will be providing traffic and weather information. To see the iGo My Way for the iPhone beta in action, check the video below.

source: sancho’s blog (translated) via GSMDome



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6 Comments

1. mahmoud824

Posts: 3; Member since: Jun 29, 2009

did you go to the tomtom gps website lately it is also going to offer its software on the iphone but they didnt say any price. go and check at tomtom.com

2. sprntfanboi02

Posts: 41; Member since: Jun 25, 2009

oh wow just another service that doesnt come standard with the iphone.....if att actually had a gps service worth while there wouldnt have to be third party apps to cover it

4. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

even my behold has a damn gps receiver and the iphone doesnt?!?!?!? why does the iphone need like dozens of apps for just one simple task or one simple function

3. Sprntfanboi03

Posts: 11; Member since: Jun 29, 2009

Ba Zing! sounds like the fanboi may actually have a point there.

5. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

ok uh puttin " i " before everythig DOES NOT make it amazing

6. MTLance unregistered

:O It looks like an iPhone is basically nothing without its AppStore, what a real shame.

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