When you get close to your “goal” you will see a big goal sign and you will hear a voice saying that your reached your destination.
In the menus you can find a bunch of cool features to play around with, the middle image actually shows the first setting screen and the right one shows the “Navigate to” menu where you will decide where you are going.
The route options menu lets you change well, the route options . Map overview is a nice feature though so you can see where the nearest gas stations etc are. In the TomTom on the other hand you can shop for voices etc for the GPS.
“Depart from” does what it says, I don’t think I can explain it any better. In the settings you can change distance units, route planning, map, audio, voice etc etc.
I have been testing this app both during day and night, and so far I have only found one error. A 1 year old roundabout does not exist in my town for some reason. TomTom market that they always have the most up to date maps so this is why I brought this up. There is also a map share feature that allows users to update the maps with the latest info available.
Otherwise the app works great, the voice function is a bit buggy though even when it’s supposed to be turned on it’s not. Overall though the GPS is very precise and takes me excatly where I want to go without losing satelite connection.
Depending on which maps you want you will end up paying somewhere around 60-70$ for the app itself, there are also GPS boosters for places that don’t have good enough reception but for me my iPhone 4 has worked great. I don’t think I have anything major to complain about… very easy to navigate in, nice sharp maps with very few errors. The only problem I have found is that the voice won’t turn on sometimes. I dont know if it’s a bug or if my app has some issues.
I will for sure recommend this app to anyone that need a good, easy to understand GPS app.
+ Easy to use
+ Night and day maps
+ Map share
- Voice issues
- Price is a bit spendy
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