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We’ve got two copies of the amazing Android satnav app Navigon MobileNavigator to give away, with maps for the whole of Europe, as well as two car mounts for the Samsung Galaxy S. Read on for your chance to win!
Satnav specialist Navigon now offers live traffic information for more countries and roads than any other navigation provider following recent updates to its service, the company has announced.
Navigon’s new high-end navigation device boasts full live services, downloading location aware information to the machine as you drive. Read on for our full review.
The Navigon 40 Premium is a large-screened dedicated satnav device. Does it offer enough to see off the challenge of the smartphone? Find out in our review.
With TomTom and Garmin already enjoying the fruits of Live services, it was only a matter of time before Navigon joined the party, but the question is can the 6350 tempt you way from the competition
The Navigon 8410 is the latest flagship product in the range which brings to the table a selection of core updates and new features such as Real City 3D, wrapped around a large multimedia laden 5” display with optional TV support
Navigon reached the start line first for turn-by-turn iPhone GPS and has released two MobileNavigator products so far- one includes European maps and the other is for the UK only, and they are priced at £79.99 and £52.99 respectively
Navigon’s MobileNavigator for iPhone software has received an update, with users being able to upgrade their software with a set of free additional features which include Text-to-Speech, the iPod Control, Location Sharing and automatic switching between day and night mode.
The Windows Mobile version of Navigon’s Mobile Navigator 7 software offers quite a few differences from the Symbian version we first reviewed a couple of months ago
On first impressions the 7310 seems no different to last year’s super slim 7210, but delving deeper into the interface reveals a range of extra features which certainly brings the Navigon range inline with the competition, but the question is do they work
TomTom may have taken pride of place at Apple’s WWDC event yesterday, but Navigon is aiming to be the first to have a turn-by-turn navigation solution for the iPhone on sale
The Traffic Message Channel runs over the FM radio frequencies and needs a compatible receiver attached to your GPS device (and is seen on devices such as the Garmin nuvi range) in order to be accessed