iPhone Maps, Apps, Data Costs and Sketchy Cell Coverage
I work for a Navigation app company that makes an on-board iPhone app.
This means it works regardless of the quality or amount of cell coverage. You can even turn off all your data and cell services and still use it to get from point A to point B. It also means no roaming costs if you're travelling abroad.
I've had people tell me this is a super important feature, while others have said it doesn't matter to them.
How important is having maps physically on your phone important to you?
How sketchy is the cell coverage where you live?
It's only fair that this be quid pro quo, so feel free to bombard me with any questions you might have on the subject of navigation apps/maps etc.
Here's a pic to set the mood
- 07-20-2012, 09:18 AM #2