TomTom navigation finally arrives on Android, but lacks compatibility with popular devices


TomTom’s popular offline navigation apps have finally made their way over to Android, right on schedule. The apps have a similar feature set to their iOS counterparts, although lack the recently-added FourSquare integration. If that doesn’t bother you, you’ll still get all the essential features, including spoken turn-by-turn directions in multiple languages, speed camera notifications, “HD Traffic” routing, and “lifetime” map updates (TomTom says four or more per year).

There are multiple prices depending on the amount of map coverage you need. The US & Canada and Western Europe editions are currently priced at $ 49.99 each, $ 10 cheaper than the same maps cost on iOS. The Google Play listing says that the prices are ‘introductory…

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