TomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, More

TomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, More

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TomTom has announced a massive update to its navigation app for iOS that brings Apple CarPlay support, lane guidance, and the ability to only download the maps you need.

TomTom GO Navigation is powered by the company’s freshest maps so drivers can steer clear of blocked roads. It’s the first app with offline maps that can update smaller map attributes like speed limits, road directions and road blocks on a weekly basis. In addition, TomTom offers Maps à la carte, allowing users to add and delete map regions based on their personal driving needs. Maps can be downloaded on a country or regional level based on individual needs, limiting the amount of phone memory used.

“TomTom’s focus has always been to get drivers to their destination as efficiently and safely as possible, helping to reduce congestion and emissions in the process,” commented Mike Schoofs, Managing Director, TomTom Consumer. “With the launch of this premium app, we demonstrate our ability to innovate and bring expert road guidance, including TomTom Traffic and Speed Cameras powered by millions of drivers, to our community.”

You can download a free trail of TomTom GO Navigation from the App Store.

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TomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, MoreTomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, MoreTomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, More

TomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, MoreTomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, MoreTomTom GO Navigation App Gets a Massive Update With Apple CarPlay, Lane Guidance, More

dpwilliams12 - June 14, 2019 at 3:46pm
Same... Waze is free
NoGoodNick - June 11, 2019 at 9:01pm
TomTom Go? Man, this takes me back almost a full decade. I never realized they were still in business. Who’s going to pay those insane prices when your phone does a better job and gets updated MUCH more frequently?
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