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  Reply # 521357 15-Sep-2011 10:30
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Only have iOS maps and MotionX-GPS, would love to be able to retire our Navman S35 and use the iPhone instead ;)

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  Reply # 521362 15-Sep-2011 10:49

Google maps mostly but tom-tom in the car.


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  Reply # 521367 15-Sep-2011 11:02
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just google maps on my iPhone as well. Would love something better.

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  Reply # 521395 15-Sep-2011 11:42
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I just use the default Maps app on the iPhone.
A new fancy talking app would be great!

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  Reply # 521398 15-Sep-2011 11:50
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Ooooooh looks good. I use the default "Maps" at the moment but something better would certainly be . . . better

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  Reply # 521401 15-Sep-2011 11:54
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Currently I only have an old Tom Tom device. Its old now so we no longer are getting map updates.
We have maps for NZ and Australia.

It would be great to get Metroview as we both have an iPhone and having Metroview always with us on our phones would be fantastic.

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  Reply # 521420 15-Sep-2011 12:28
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Hi - I mostly just browse Google Maps on my iPhone before I drive to somewhere unfamiliar, but I do have Sygic GPS which I use occasionally.



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  Reply # 521424 15-Sep-2011 12:42
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I use a mixture of Navfree Aus & NZ as well as a limited version of Wisepilot. To be honest, google maps is usually more accurate and easier than the other two.

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  Reply # 521425 15-Sep-2011 12:53
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I currently use Google Maps, and it ain't great for navigation :)

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  Reply # 521431 15-Sep-2011 13:06
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I am currently using the TomTom iOS app.

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  Reply # 521551 15-Sep-2011 16:06
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I'm using sygic at the moment, wanted tomtom but $100 is a bit out of my price range

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  Reply # 521562 15-Sep-2011 16:22
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I use Sygic with Australia/NZ maps installed.

that would be an ecumenical matter

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  Reply # 521573 15-Sep-2011 16:53
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Currently using Google maps. Would love a Proper app

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  Reply # 521577 15-Sep-2011 16:59
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I'm using NavFree Aus & NZ at the moment. :)

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  Reply # 521585 15-Sep-2011 17:11
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Im using Nav free Australia and New Zealand. Doesnt always work but is ok

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