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TomTom Finds its Way Onto the iPhone

 

TomTom, the highly anticipated turn-by-turn GPS navigation application for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS, began appearing for the United States and Canada along with other countries Sunday evening.

TomTom for the iPhone can plot routes, find specific locations, offer directions while traveling, show time and distance to your desination, and more. Map sets are also available for Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

A car mount kit is also available that improves GPS performance, clear voice instructions, hands-free phone support, and a built-in iPhone charger.

TomTom for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS is priced at US$99.99 for the United States and Canada map set, $139.99 for Western Europe, $79.99 for Australia, and $94.99 for New Zealand. Pricing for the car mount kit is not yet available.

 

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Bill said:

Australia looks a lil pricey…  I think I’ll just use an old style paper map.

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dstrickler said:

Typo above in the Aussie price. Needs a decimal point.

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Bosco (Brad Hutchings) said:

Any word on the age rating the App Store content Nazis gave the app? For the UK version, it should be adults only. For example.

Also, any word on if they fixed the screwed up double negative questions that confuse the hell out of everyone? Like, when my TomTom wants to know if it’s OK to take a toll road, it asks me if I want to avoid toll roads, so I have to answer “No”. How Windows is that?

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