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NAVIGON iPhone MobileNavigator British Isles Reduced to £29.49 till 12/04/10
NAVIGON iPhone MobileNavigator British Isles Reduced to £29.49 till 12/04/10

NAVIGON iPhone MobileNavigator British Isles Reduced to £29.49 till 12/04/10

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Navigon have dropped the price of their MobileNavigator software covering the British Isles to £29.49 untill12/04/10. Previously priced at £52.99.

The live traffic add-on seems to also be reduced at £6.99.

IMO the best navigation app for the iphone.

Transform your iPhone into a mobile navigation device with a variety of useful functions. The NAVIGON MobileNavigator is easy to use and provides information on route distance, time of arrival, motorway services, filling stations, speed limits and border crossings. Whats more, special destinations such as theatres, hotels, shopping centres and other sights are already integrated. Thanks to smart address input and realistic map display, you never lose track and always reach your intended destination safely. The pocket navigation system is a great companion not only in the car and is also ideal for optimum route planning and navigation for cyclists and pedestrians. The new route guide for your iPhone the ideal companion for all frequent travellers.

Traffic Live

Thanks to traffic information in real time, NAVIGON users can find out where the roads are clear with Traffic Live. You will be recommended the best route at all times taking the current traffic situation into consideration

Reality View Pro

With NAVIGON Reality View Pro, youll be informed in good time about motorway junctions and when you need to change lanes. Thanks to photo-realistic displays of exits and the actual junction number, youll be able to follow the signs. So you will always

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17 Comments

what a rip-off... I feel sorry for apple fanboys...
the likes of Nokia are giving their satnav soft for free....

Yea but nokia's sat nav is naaasty! "Apple fan boys" can use google maps for free sat nav. But if your a frequent user its defo worth purchasing co-pilot or navigon for iphone, both great products.

Its a great Navigation tool, I've bought the postcode and 'live' add-ons too, and all works brilliantly on the iPhone 3GS. They have added quite a bit to the program since release and most of the updates have been free.

Used to have TomTom on my Windows Mobile and this works just as well if not better. Good deal, thanks for posting - if I didn't already have it would buy it now!

An extra £10 for a 3.5" sat nav from ebuyer or £20 for a 4.3" widescreen - cold!

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An extra £10 for a 3.5" sat nav from ebuyer or £20 for a 4.3" widescreen - … An extra £10 for a 3.5" sat nav from ebuyer or £20 for a 4.3" widescreen - cold!



Would'nt you rather carry around 1 gadget then 2? And you'd prefer to pay more to carry more around with you? :?

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Would'nt you rather carry around 1 gadget then 2? And you'd prefer to pay … Would'nt you rather carry around 1 gadget then 2? And you'd prefer to pay more to carry more around with you? :?



I think the point is that a dedicated sat nav would work better than a sat nav app. I've experienced signal loss on my iphone and occasions when the sat nav app just loses its way and starts directing me down non-existent roads!

For what it's worth, I hear that Navigon is the best of the sat nav apps on the iphone so it's hot IMHO.

This is hot from me. I have both this on my iPhone and a TomTom One - Navigon wins hands down. No signal loss, good routing, intuitive operation and a great features such as real view, TTS, speed cameras etc. Live traffic is also a superb addition at the current £6.99 price.

Can any one recommend a decent iPhone car cradle?

Can anyone tell me how the sat nav part work? Does the I-phone have a buid-in GPS receiver or would I have to pay for Internet connection?

pw1500;8150291

Yes the iPhone 3G & 3GS both have gps built in. All maps are included on … Yes the iPhone 3G & 3GS both have gps built in. All maps are included on download so no internet connection is required when using the application.



Thanks pw1500

BTW, Navigon has the best maps (always most up-to-date). I've got TomTom, iGO, NDrive and Navigon, so I keep comparing latest updates.

In case somebody is interested, the order of most accurate maps are:
1. Navigon,
2. iGO (only Navteq maps, NOT TeleAtlas; you can use both on iGO),
3. TomTom (which owns TeleAtlas),
4. NDrive.

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Can any one recommend a decent iPhone car cradle?



Brodit do some great holders for the iPhone which you need to couple with one of their 'Proclips' that is specific for your make and vehicle of car. A quick google and you will come up trumps. Really tidy solution that leaves no holes in your dash and some have pass through connectors to attach accessories or to 'hard-wire' into your car. The only downside to these is that they are not the cheapest.

Tom

Can an Ipod Touch be paired with a bluetooth GPS receiver (i.e. like the Nike trainer insert), or do you need a docking cradle ? I have seen the TomTom one - but these are hugely expensive.

has anyone used this and tomtom and if so whats the best i have a navigo v2 running the latest tomtom and thinking of punting it and just using this on my iphone instead?

Some pritty serious criticisms on iTunes about the product but then there's an equal amount that rave about it. Anyone on here actually got the program? If so does it lose GPS signal, think you are streets away form actual location, is the voice always late as the complaints say?

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Some pritty serious criticisms on iTunes about the product but then … Some pritty serious criticisms on iTunes about the product but then there's an equal amount that rave about it. Anyone on here actually got the program? If so does it lose GPS signal, think you are streets away form actual location, is the voice always late as the complaints say?



I haven't used the app so I can't help, but I'd warn against trusting the iTunes rating sytem because it's unbelievably stupid. Unless you make the effort to go to the store and rate an application, the main chance you get to rate it is when you delete it. Chances are if you've gone to the trouble of deleting it, then it's probably for a reason. :roll:

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Thanks pw1500 :)BTW, Navigon has the best maps (always most up-to-date). … Thanks pw1500 :)BTW, Navigon has the best maps (always most up-to-date). I've got TomTom, iGO, NDrive and Navigon, so I keep comparing latest updates.In case somebody is interested, the order of most accurate maps are: 1. Navigon, 2. iGO (only Navteq maps, NOT TeleAtlas; you can use both on iGO), 3. TomTom (which owns TeleAtlas), 4. NDrive.



Good to see a comparison, I bought the ndrive because I'm a cheap b and it was £15.
I've found it quite good so far but then I've nothing to compare it against.
cheers

anyone who has a jailbroken iphone iv got TOMTOM 1.2 UK&IRELAND or EUROPE pm me
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