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    Nytngale's Avatar
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    Default VZ Navigator question

    Does anyone know why the version of the VZ Navigator app is a lower functionality than the version for my BB Storm? The version on my Storm had lots of additions such as gas prices, movie times and locations, but none of this on the iPhone. Just curious and hopeful that there will be an upgrade soon.
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    Not sure why the difference but it only costs half the price per month for the service on IPhone.
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    iPhone has no carrier specific apps. How did you get VZ Navigator app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zackawee27 View Post
    iPhone has no carrier specific apps. How did you get VZ Navigator app?
    In the app store, search for Verizon.

    I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=39.449412,-77.408690
    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    For whatever reason I guess Verizon didn't want to add the same features? It doesn't make much sense to me but unfortunately you don't really have a choice unless you pay for one of the other apps. I think if they are gonna charge you $10 a month for the app they should have better functionality.
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    Just a FYI. But there is a great free GPS in the app store called navizon. Its setup like a fully integrated GPS like tomtom or somebody else. No price and no monthly fees.
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    I thinkg Verizon chose to release it at a lower price since the Droid phones have Google Maps w/Nav and since google didn't release the app to iOS or Blackberry. So that the millions of Verizon iPhone users would have a good option at a better pricepoint.

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