- Apr 4, 2014
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$50 for premium accessIN-APP PURCHASES
1. Premium Navigation (USD 49.99)*
Lifetime use of the navigation app and access to software updates. Please note that map updates are not available with this in-app purchase option.
2. Premium Navigation with Map Updates (USD 59.99)*
Lifetime use of the navigation app and access to software updates. Annual map updates are available in years 2 and 3.
<half of these premium features barely function/aren't available in SA regardless>PREMIUM NAVIGATION FEATURES
• Turn-by-turn voice directions
• Find Places: millions of onboard POIs plus Internet Search
• Lane Guidance to show you the correct lane to be in
• Realistic Signpost Display
• Map data from HERE (formerly known as NAVTEQ) onboard
• Text-To-Speech voice guidance (speaks street names)
• Auto re-routing
• Multiple routing options; faster time, shorter distance, ECO route
• Search by Address, Point on Map, postal code and more
• POI Search
• Save and edit favorites locations
• Recent destinations list
• Auto zooming map
• Fuel cost calculator
• Route summary for trip information
• Speed Limit warning
• Current Location information
Needs to be free with vehicle I pay almost 300k for my car then need.to buy the app wtf?
My Google Maps offers me several alternative routes. Are you sure you are using it correctly?My TomTom has live traffic (which is usable when tethered to my phone), and free lifetime updates. Still provides much better peak traffic navigation then google maps.
For instance, both devices will show a red line for traffic over the next 2 blocks, only the tom tom will take me down the street parallel to the heavy traffic and the google maps traffic will tell me to wait out the 4 minute delay.
Yes, if you have like 30km left on your route, it does that, but not if you have 800 meters left.My Google Maps offers me several alternative routes. Are you sure you are using it correctly?
Google maps has an offline ability, so dont think this is accurate. Just the traffic info will be missing in this instanceMy latest Garmin GPS has lifetime traffic, and lifetime maps, as well as lane assist and some other features.
IMO this still works pretty well, but the in-car systems are obsolete when you get them, and map updates are very expensive.
Google maps is useful when you have cellphone reception, but often leaves you in the lurch. It's ok in town.
They already exist. Just search Ebay or AlieXpress for car+radio+android. usually gets you what you need.How hard is it to build a headunit with android capabilities? That takes a sim or has wifi so i can tether it to my phone? Google maps/Waze on a built in head unit would be fantastic.
Haven't found that to work very well, Google Maps is essentially useless outside reception areas. If you are in the middle of nowhere Garmin is still better, especially if you have Tracks-for-Africa maps loaded.Google maps has an offline ability, so dont think this is accurate. Just the traffic info will be missing in this instance
There was a HU like that by Sony. Discontinued.You'd think cars would now just come with head units where you can dock your phone.
I don't use my cd player, I barely use the radio, what I do use is my phone tethered to the car and playing Google music, podcasts, audio books etc