View Poll Results: Vote for your favorite iPhone navigation app!
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MotionX GPS Drive
Other (see thread)
TiPb Awards: Favorite Navigation App - Vote Now!
The 2010 TiPb Awards have begun and it's time to vote on all your favorites. This time it's for iPhone turn-by-turn navigation apps. With Apple adding background location to iOS 4, almost every navigation app has had an outstanding update this year. Combine that with refreshed UIs and tons of extra features and the category is stacked.
But there can only be one 2010 TiPb Award winner, so vote for your favorite now!
- AT&T Navigator/TeleNav [iTunes]
- MotionX GPS Drive [iTunes]
- NAVIGON Mobile Navigator [iTunes]
- TomTom [iTunes]
- Waze [iTunes]
(Don't see your favorite here? Add it as a write-in below!)
Ready, set, vote!
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- 11-01-2010, 04:32 PM #19iMore Newbie
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Motion-X is the best I've used, next to a Tom Tom. They always give us great updates and better functionality. The navigation is really accurate as well as on point. The only thing I dont like is the ETA is a bit off- it doesnt take like traffic into consideration, even though it says it does.
- 11-01-2010, 04:37 PM #20iPhone Newbie
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Navigon for me hands down have NEVER gotten lost with it, which can't say about other options, easy to use, maps up to date works well and i do travel all over the US. It's an expensive tho clear winner in my book.
I have Ndrive ( that since had been pulled from the app store), navigon, sygic aura, copilot ( great price for a great product) and motion drive ( love it for a cheap solution tho it does not redirect like it should)
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- 11-01-2010, 08:16 PM #24iPhone Nanite
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Does navigon continue voice directions even if you switch to another app? Does it support output to Bluetooth headsets and hands free devices? And how is the poi search compared to say Google? I have had problems with Motion X with new addresses and I'm wondering if the map data is current.
- 11-01-2010, 08:42 PM #25iPhone Nanite
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Anything but Navigon
I found Navigon to be quite literally useless - I was absolutely unable to actually enter an address. The UI is completely squirrely - you have to enter addresses in reverse order: state, city, street, then number... only you can't type in a street, you have to pick from streets the system recognizes. And it didn't recognize ANY streets I needed to use, meaning I was never successfully able to navigate anywhere.
It's possible that I'm doing something wrong, but given that there's essentially no customer support, I found it impossible to discover what the problem might have been. Ultimately, I deleted the app and went back to plain old Google maps, which is free, and actually works.