TomTom readies navigation software for iPhone 3G

TomTom has GPS navigation software ready for iPHone 3GRemember when we told you that TomTom was working on a navigation software solution for the iPhone? Well, it seems that the faked picture wasn’t too far off base. With the iPhone 3G officially sporting an integrated GPS receiver, TomTom has announced that is navigation application is just about ready to give lost iPhone 3G users a heads up on their surroundings.

We’re not told when, exactly, TomTom will be releasing the software for the iPhone 3G. But, rest assured, TomTom’s “navigation system runs on the iPhone already” – at least according to a TomTom spokesperson.

[Via: Reuters]

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  • KevinD

    The question is, what happens when you get a phone call? According to Apple’s guidelines, apps are supposed to exit.

  • Jandir Bezerra

    Kevin, in case you get a phone call while this software is running, you could try to use some applications written to block phone calls from a given list or even from any number.
    In fact I have never used this blocking application before, but it just turns out to me that phone calls are not going to be a problem for this navigation software.
    I really hope that this TomTom navigation software show up for download. This functionality is the one I’ve been expecting the most.

    Regards

  • RAMZI SAMANDAR

    HI,WHAT COULD I DO TO USE MY IPHONE 3G AS A GPS TOMTOM OR GARMIN WITH OUT GPRS (INTERNET) BUT DIRECT WITH SATELITE

  • ryan

    TomTom navi app is not the first app in app store. There is Xroad G-map which is the first navigation app in app store.
    It has been 6months in app store. One thing G-map is missing is voice prompts and TBT. However App launch the new iPhone,
    it means that Xroad G-map also is going to add more features on it. It is only $20 and Im wondering how much is TomTom app going be….

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