1. LiquidZed's Avatar
    Tired of how much of a pain it is to enter addresses into Navigon and TomTom? Well grab NavAssist and see how easy it can be!

    Version 2.2 adds TomTom Support and a dedicated cut and paste button.

    Below is the App description from the App Store.


    Cut & Paste, Local Search and Quick Address Entry for Navigon and TomTom!

    **NOTE: This is a Utility App and REQUIRES you to have a Navigon or TomTom Navigation product installed.

    NavAssist makes it easier to use your Navigon and TomTom software. You can copy and paste addresses from anywhere, select an address from your contacts (including those with apartment numbers that Navigon cant handle), or select an address from local business search results from within NavAssist. This means no entering address components one at a time to Navigon or TomTom!

    For local business searches just type in your search query such as "Greek Restaurants" "Grocery Store" or a business name and NavAssist will search near where you currently have the map centered! Much more convenient than Navigon and TomTom's built in local search!

    Once you have either selected a contact, copy and pasted or searched for a business, NavAssist shows you the location(s) on the map that match your search. You just select the location from the map that you want to Navigate to. Its that easy!

    NavAssist Features:
    ✓ Cut and Paste addresses from anywhere (including web pages, text messages and other apps) to launch Navigon and TomTom
    ✓ Local Search centered around whatever map area you currently have selected! **
    ✓ Launch Navigation directly from your contacts (including ones with apartment numbers)
    ✓ Free-form search box that allows almost any form of address entry, including Point of Interest searches such as Empire State Building

    New Features this release:
    ✓ TomTom Support
    ✓ Dedicated Paste from Clipboard Button

    **NOTE: The business search uses your current map view to determine search parameters, so you should center the map to your desired search area (or hit the current location arrow for your current location).
    03-02-2011 02:13 PM