TomTom released for the iPhone

TomTom has officially released its iPhone application in the AppStore, available for download immediately. The satellite navigation software uses GPS to help navigate its way through any street. The tap-and-go software released by TomTom allows users to rotate the iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS in portrait and landscape for better practicality.

Consumers will be able to navigate their way through any street in supported countries, finding local points of interest with a tap of a finger from gas stations, restaurants and more with turn-by-turn directions.

TomTom is available for the following countries: UK & Ireland, Western Europe, USA & Canada, New Zealand and Australia.


(Images courtesy of: Engadget.com)

USA & Canada: $99.99
Australia: $79.99
Western Europe: $139.99
New Zealand: $94.99

Thanks to Manish for the heads up

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