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  Reply # 521621 15-Sep-2011 18:36
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Google navigation on Android / SGS2.

Oh wait, this is for iOS users. Count me out then.





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  Reply # 521645 15-Sep-2011 19:48
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I use Sygic Auz/NZ. I happened to get it when they had it on sale one time for $30.




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  Reply # 521662 15-Sep-2011 20:27
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Dreamy: I use Sygic Auz/NZ. I happened to get it when they had it on sale one time for $30.


Same here, but I think I paid $65. The Aura update was a bonus though. 

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  Reply # 521850 16-Sep-2011 11:10
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Currently (ashamedly) I am using My Nokia N97 Mini with Symbian S60 with Nokia Maps with turn by turn navigation.

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  Reply # 521898 16-Sep-2011 12:22
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I use a combination of NavFree on my iPhone, and a Navman C40 GPS unit. The former does a pretty good job, but the latter still has some features I prefer. FI, it will announce the street name when relaying directions back to you. A big minus on the Navman is the unresponsiveness of the resistive screen. It was bearable when it was the only GPS unit in the house, but I find the NavFree to be less painful to use.

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  Reply # 521920 16-Sep-2011 13:02
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Currently using Sygic

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  Reply # 521935 16-Sep-2011 13:26
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Currently using the default map app.. Would like to use MetroView as my main navigation app :)

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  Reply # 522022 16-Sep-2011 15:32
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I have Sygic on my iPad and iPhone, along with TomTom on iPhone. They're both good in different ways.

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  Reply # 522263 17-Sep-2011 09:32
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Im using Navfree, but it does not have street numbers which I find a little hard.  However the price is right!

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  Reply # 522277 17-Sep-2011 10:49
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I'm using google map, that's all. thanks

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  Reply # 522325 17-Sep-2011 14:04
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Use the Copilot app... Works pretty well

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  Reply # 522726 18-Sep-2011 19:03
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I currently use NavFree Australia and New Zealand for my iPhone

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  Reply # 522822 19-Sep-2011 05:41
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Hi use mainly Tomtom on my iPhone 4 with HD Traffic and the Tomtom iPhone holder. But I also have Sygic Aura Aus/NZ and some free one. Plus motion x for off the beaten track.




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