Two big pieces ofSatNav news have happened this week. Firstly, the big news is the release of the TomTom application. Costing £54.99 for the UK version, or £79.99 for Western Europe mapping, making it the most expensive SatNav solution, according to the SatNav Comparison page.
This app has features such as IQ Routing, but misses out on any LIVE Services, and no support for custom POIs, preventing the use of third party speed camera databases, such as the excellent one from, and there’s no news on the TomTom mount, except that TomTom have stated that their mount will work with other SatNav apps too.
Secondly, the other news is that Navigon have released an update to their application. Some after the initial launch, Navigon have added support for multiple destinations, calling numbers included with POIs, and the ability to add them to your contacts.
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