TomTom is delivering on its promise to bring an Android app featuring offline navigation to smartphones this month. TomTom Navigation is now available for select smartphones and brings all the features users of the iOS version of the app have been enjoying for some time now, including traffic info, radar camera warnings (country dependent), and eco routes.
There are two major drawbacks, however. The first is the $49.99 price tag, an introductory offer that saves you $10 off the normal price, and a limited number of currently supported handsets, of which the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus, and Galaxy Note 2 don’t make the cut. But if Google Maps hasn’t been cutting it for you (or if you do a lot of navigation in areas with poor cellular service), TomTom might be worth checking out.
Google Play Link: TomTom Navigation
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