- 12-03-2012, 11:00 PM #3
+1 for Navigon its expensive but it turns your device into a real GPS. It has the GPS look, feel and interface. It works well.
You got that George Jefferson
- 12-04-2012, 12:15 AM #5
Navagon is pricey though. Nokia drive is better than nothing at all but if you are used to having a navigation app simply 'perform' while on the road, you have no choice than to go with a complete solution than Nokia Drive. They added something called "commute". Which is supposed to, among other things, peek the traffic conditions and adjust the route. The problem here is, not only does this steer me into the heart of traffic, but you lose voice navigation. Which means you must look at the screen while in traffic. Anyway, Nokia Drive as I said isn't the worse app you could have for what it does. But in Vegas traffic, driving is serious business. Thanks all.
- 12-04-2012, 01:30 PM #6
One thing to keep in mind is a lot of GPS apps are online only. If you're in an area with no signal you have no GPS. Navigon might be pricey, but you download the maps for the areas you travel to.
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