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Android Navigation for Tablets
Mark Peters : June 4th 2011 - 12:10 CET
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NavigonNavigon Android Tablet Navigation app : Navigon announced a major free update for its Android navigation app, Mobile Navigator. The Android navigation app is now compatible with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), turning Android Smartphones and Android tablets into premium GPS navigation devices comparable to standalone units. The latest version of the Android Navigation app has several new features designed to help drivers throughout their entire trip, such as live weather information and a new function which can assist in finding parking spaces at the upcoming destination. Mobile Navigator on the Android Software platform is the most feature-rich Android navigation app available.
Android navigation

Android Navigation
Navigon Mobile Navigator transforms Android Tablets and Smartphones into a comprehensive GPS navigation device, comparable to standalone units. The new Android navigation app helps drivers to arrive stress-free and on time with spoken directions and a unique combination of advanced driving guidance. Mobile Navigator relies on the devices’ GPS receiver as well as the pre-loaded Navteq maps, providing full function navigation capabilities when a cell signal is not available. The Android Navigation app also includes enhancements such as manual map zoom, which allows drivers to zoom in and out of maps using a two-finger pinch; display of street names in 3D mode.

Android navigation for Tablets

Android Navigation for Tablets
“Drivers face a number of unexpected challenges when they take to the road, such as knowing what points of interest are near the destination, dealing with inclement weather or finding a place to park in an unfamiliar location,” said Gerhard Mayr, Navigon Vice President mobile phones business. “The newest version of Mobile Navigator Android includes several new navigation features that help minimize these challenges for drivers and makes getting to their destination more enjoyable than ever before.”

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Android Navigation app - Price & Availability
Navigon Mobile Navigator USA is available in the Android Software Market. The prices below include a Traffic Live service and high quality NavTeQ maps. The latest update of the Android navigation app is available free for existing Mobile Navigator Android users.




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