It’s no big secret that Telenav is really pushing their services to the mobile phone market and it comes as no surprise that Android is getting plenty of the support as well. Tomorrow, August 5th T-Mobile’s MyTouch 3G will be the latest to get the navigation application.
As they did with the T-Mobile G1 launch they are offing a 30-day free trial after which the service will cost users just $9.99 a month. This works nicely for those in a good service area who do not want to break down and purchase a separate device. Included in the app is turn-by-turn navigation, PIO’s, gas prices, automatic re-routing and traffic and accident updates.
Users are able to choose between either 2D or 3D viewing and can utilize nighttime mode to turn down the brightness while driving at night. Check out the video below for a guided tour of the service.
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