After a long wait TomTom has finally made the way to Android world, it’s one of best offline navigation app. If you want an offline navigation on your Android device, look no further, take on your hands on the TomTom app and get what you need even it also recognize your voice, the app has everything you need such as turn-by-turn directions, 2D or 3D views, camera alerts, routs, multi-stop and eco routes, and map updates. Currently the app includes US, Canada, Western Europe and more.
It support many languages, of course it’s something that can give you better experience than the Google Maps due to many reasons such as the offline navigation solution, option for creating your own routes and more. The app also can give you maps data for other services, the impressive feature list forces you to give it a try.
Navigation wasn’t so easy, no I doesn’t mean the Google Maps aren’t better, I like Google Maps and use it too, I haven’t used any Maps app but Google Maps because Google Maps are really easy to understand and very comprehensive for me but now I may leave them and migrate to the TomTom because everyone want to use latest but better things.
However, the TomTom isn’t available for all Android devices yet, the developer said that the app should work on all Android devices running Android 2.2 or above featuring 800 x 480 or 854 x 480 resolution, they promised that they’ll improve the resolution and support. It requires a fair bit of space, the US and Canada package requires a 2.3GB and on the other hand UK and Ireland package requires 367MB of space. Two packages costs you $50 or £40, there are some cheaper and larger packages available are available too such as the UK & Ireland package costs £30.99 while the whole of Europe package costs £50.
So will kick the Google Maps or not, do let us know your thoughts about the TomTom in the below comment section. You can download the TomTom Android app from the below link:
Download TomTom for Android [Google Play Store Download Link]