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#16 Dinggus

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 08:46

Paying for gps apps ?? No need to do that on a good old HTC Desire.


You don't have to on the iPhone either. It's a personal preference to use GoogleMaps or a GPS that talks to you.

I use Google Maps most the time, I did try TomTom while bluetoothing my iPhone to the wife's Mazda 3 when I drove from NC to TN, it was nice when it turned down the music and gave me voice directions.


#17 +Nik L

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 08:56

Gotta say, that Sygic looks terrible. The layout is WAY too cluttered and ugly. But it is cheap :)

#18 alexalex

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 09:38

Waze and iGO. Waze uses data to download maps. iGO comes with maps and uses only GPS.

#19 Manish

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 09:52

It's a personal preference to use Google Maps or a GPS that talks to you.

As well as voice navigation, some of these dedicated GPS apps come with complete map data so that there is limited, if any, need for data usage.

#20 Carbon Fiber

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 10:01

Gotta say, that Sygic looks terrible. The layout is WAY too cluttered and ugly. But it is cheap :)


Sygic looks terrible :blink:
it's the most beautiful GPS navigation for the iPhone you mean

As well as voice navigation, some of these dedicated GPS apps come with complete map data so that there is limited, if any, need for data usage.


Just watch the size of the app, if it's more than let's say 300MB than probably you don't need any data connection to use the GPS.