April 15, 2010

Navigon Mobile Navigator for iPhone - "Price Justified"


Wireless week has a review of the Navigon MobileNavigator for the iPhone and has come to the conclusion that companies with expertise in the area are well suited to commanding higher prices over the current crop of free navigation out there. The Navigon MobileNavigator is one of the more advanced iPhone Apps out there with available ($25/yr) realtime traffic provided by Inrix, and available 3-D contour maps. These aren't exactly TOPO maps like you have on you handheld GPS, but instead maps that offer a little bit of texture to see some, hills, dips and valleys.

Check out the Wireless Week Review - not deep on details, but a good opinion piece on what's important about the Navigon App and a reasonable "outsider's" point of view on the GPS space.

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Posted by Scott Martin at April 15, 2010 6:29 AM

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