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TomTom navigation app update
Ralf Jurrien : September 20th 2012 - 12:00 CET
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TomTomTomTom navigation app for iPhone and iPad : TomTom launches a new version (v1.11) of its Navigation app for Apple iPhone and iPad. Customers with an older version of the TomTom navigation app can download it for free. They’ll then be able to navigate to addresses found on the internet, search with foursquare, and get the very latest TomTom maps. With the TomTom navigation app, drivers can now quickly and easily navigate to places they’ve found on websites and other apps by copying an address and pasting it into their TomTom Navigation app. There’s no need to type as the TomTom navigation app for iPad and iPhone will automatically work out the destination and direct them straight there.

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While v1.10 integrated Facebook Places with the navigation app, v1.11 adds foursquare. After linking foursquare to the TomTom navigation app, users can search and navigate to their favorite foursquare places, checking in to collect points on arrival. “Drivers now have new ways to find places with their TomTom navigation app,” says Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director Consumer at TomTom. “This should be particularly helpful when people are off on holidays and day trips. They can find great places to visit and get there fast with foursquare or a quick copy-paste. And that leaves more time to relax and have fun.”

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Beyond the new search facilities, v1.11 brings other improvements to TomTom Navigation for iPhone and iPad. Changes have also been made to the user interface to make the navigation app even more intuitive to use. The latest version of the TomTom navigation app for iPhone and iPad is available as a free download to customers with an earlier version of the navigation app. For new customers, the app can be purchased for a price of $ 49.99 at the Apple App Store.

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