TomTom Western Europe iPhone/ipod Touch App reduced til 4th Jan £59.99 @ iTunes - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
iPhone 3G 3GS TomTom Western Europe App reduced by 25% to £59.99 which is the same as the UK version.

This will also work on the Ipod Touch if you use it with the TomTom Car Kit.

Buy it with reduced vouchers (2 x £15 for £20) and you could get this App for £40, bargin!!!!

Available fron the iTune Store until 4th January 2010.

Merry Christmas.
More From iTunes:

All Comments

(21) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
You may as well buy a proper tomtom!
#2
-22% will these people who say its no good have the courage to say why.

Does this include UK
#3
dazzyb93
You may as well buy a proper tomtom!


wouldnt you then have a phone and a satnav in ur car rather than just an iphone and how much is a tomtom satnav
#4
This is a good buy IMO.

If I didn't have Mobile Navigator and Co pilot already, I wouldn't hesitate.
#5
Isn't this meant to be how good a deal is for the item rather whether you'd prefer a stand alone sat nav?!
#6
thankshotdeals
wouldnt you then have a phone and a satnav in ur car rather than just an iphone and how much is a tomtom satnav

What like nearly 99% of the population! :whistling:
#7
dazzyb93
What like nearly 99% of the population! :whistling:


Ofcourse great idea someone should invent seperates eg camera a phone a satnav a mp3 player maybe even a laptop for email that would certainly utilise all those empty pockets we have - oh wait a minute doesnt the iphone do all of that.
#8
thankshotdeals
Ofcourse great idea someone should invent seperates eg camera a phone a satnav a mp3 player maybe even a laptop for email that would certainly utilise all those empty pockets we have - oh wait a minute doesnt the iphone do all of that.

Oh right! so it's possible to take a call,write emails,listen to music,take pictures AND find your way with the iphone all at the same time.You don't happen to be the greatest inventor that ever lived do you???? For your information I did'nt realise that I needed big pockets to drive a car.But in fairness you may have a point ''oh wait a minute doesnt the iphone do all of that'' yes if you want to pay for it via the apps store and pay at £35 a month............Bargain!!!NOT.
BRRRR -46
#10
There are abviously alot of bitter people out there who don't have iPhones!!!

This topic is about the reduced price for the App, if you don't even have an iPhone to put the App on then why are you even bothering to comment and rate it COLD?
#11
dazzyb93
Oh right! so it's possible to take a call,write emails,listen to music,take pictures AND find your way with the iphone all at the same time.You don't happen to be the greatest inventor that ever lived do you???? For your information I did'nt realise that I needed big pockets to drive a car.But in fairness you may have a point ''oh wait a minute doesnt the iphone do all of that'' yes if you want to pay for it via the apps store and pay at £35 a month............Bargain!!!NOT.
BRRRR -46


ha ha i rest my case luddite
#12
What the hell are you idiots on?

This is [SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]HOT[/COLOR]. [/SIZE]

Whether you want a combined iPhone and SatNav or not isn't what this thread is about.

This app is normally £80. Now it is £60 for xmas
. How can a drop in price of £20 be cold?!

This is perfect for me, because I was going to get the iPhone satnav for xmas, and now I might as well have the European maps as well as the maps of Britain.

And just for everyone whinging about how its pointless let me tell you why it's not.

The advantages of iPhone TomTom (assuming you buy the car dock):
- Charges your iPhone whilst you drive
- Handsfree calling
- Fully updateable. TomTom will continue to develop and improve the iPhone software. When you buy an app, all updates are free, so you will continue to get more features added, as they did with the November update.
- You don't have to worry about carrying two devices. What's the point of having a separate standalone TomTom when you're iPhone can just do the same thing? This means you're never going to have your sat nav nicked from your car, because it will always be with you as it's your phone!
- As for the argument about "Well you can't email, talk on the phone, surf the net and use sat nav at the same time" this is a pointless argument. It has handsfree calling. And who emails and surfs the net among other things whilst they're driving?!
#13
Is a good deal for the ap - but you also have to buy he stand at £99 for the phone to charge and mount properly.

At that price, you may as well get a dedicated satnav which will perform better (I heard the iPhone version is not the fastest or as slick as the standalone tom tom's but not used it)
#14
Voted cold because you need the cradle as well, another £80, for it to be useable. The gps receiver built in isn't good enough, or the cradle wouldn't need a better one.

That pushes the price to £140 for a sat nav with a pretty small screen in comparison to a dedicated unit.

Plus updates are not neccesarily going to be free, that's doubtful to be honest.

Then you need to keep it plugged in or it will cane your battery. A tom tom can last longer and you can link your iPhone through Bluetooth for hands free calling.

I just bought a refurbished tom tom go 530 for £150 from their website. Bigger screen, more features, better battery life and will perform better!
#16
Can use LIVE tomtom on my IPOD Touch using the following method

1)[COLOR="Red"]roqyGPS app[/COLOR] to open up Bluetooth functionality on IPOD Touch 8GB to allow to pair with
2) [COLOR="Red"]Bluetooth gps receiver [/COLOR](Royaltek RBT 2100 ) which I picked up for £10 from Orange. once Satellite lock's established i tuck away the gps receiver
http://www.royaltek.com/images/yui/RBT-2100_contain_page.png
#17
Just to balance the argument here... you are not required to purchase the Tomtom rip-off cradle. I don't understand why a separate GPS is required to be built-in to the cradle as the iPhone internal GPS is quick to lock to satellites anyway (provided it is able to make use of its AGPS function). Only reason I can think of may be it is to allow iTouch to be used as well.

A good screen mount cradle and car charger can be bought from ebay for around £10 or less, so with all discounts applied you have a Tomtom with W.European map, lane assist, text to speech for street names etc, and IQ routes all for £50 (incl cradle).

Before anyone say, but you got to account for the cost of an Iphone, I don't think anyone buying an iphone will be just to run TomTom (that would be silly and waste of money).

So £50 for Tomtom kit that'll have free updates (Tomtom has stated that it will be free for upto a year and I assume that'll include the maps) is very reasonable in my opinion.

Voted hot.
#18
I think you're all still missing the point. This deal is for the TomTom maps, not the iPhone, not the cradle, just the maps.

For those of us that have an iPhone TomTom and want to buy the maps for it, this is a good deal. End of.

It's like saying there's Left 4 Dead 2 at £15, and then you lot piping up and saying "Ahhh, but won't you need an expensive Xbox to play that on?!" Of course you will, but the deal is for people who have an xbox and are interested in the software.

It's not a difficult concept to grasp!!!
#19
As previously stated you don't need the TomTom cradle for the iphone to work with this app.

The ipod touch now has its own TomTom cradle available from the Apple Store for £79.99

If you use vouchers (Morrisons etc) Cradle + App = £120 which make it competative with a normal tomtom, if you already have an ipod touch why buy a seperate unit to do the navigation, unless of course you like to have to carry around lots of different devices!
#20
Or you could just buy the wife some fluffy slippers for Christmas and yourself a road map from the pound shop! Cold from me as you can have google maps FOC if you really cant read a map / road signs.
#21
Shezza 1971
Or you could just buy the wife some fluffy slippers for Christmas and yourself a road map from the pound shop! Cold from me as you can have google maps FOC if you really cant read a map / road signs.


Don't tell everyone Shezza or you could single handly destroy the whole SatNav market!!!!!!!!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!