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TomTom returns to Android market with 'free' GO Mobile navigation app

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Mar 2015 11:46

TomTom returns to Android market with 'free' GO Mobile navigation app TomTom has unveiled their new Android navigation app, GO Mobile, a "free" app that includes high-end features seen in TomTom's GPS devices.
The app allows drivers to navigate up to 75km per month for free, with 'premium' navigation and real-time traffic info.

"The TomTom GO Mobile app for Android is made for drivers who want to experience the best of TomTom on their smartphone," says Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director, TomTom Consumer. "We entirely rethought our Mobile solution so every driver has the chance to try navigation with TomTom Traffic. Now all Android owners can avoid the traffic jams and get to their destinations faster, every day."

Most notably, TomTom GO does add the ability for offline maps, which is great if you reach a deadzone data area and speed camera warnings.

To upgrade to unlimited navigation, the in-app purchase will set you back 19.99 for a one year subscription or 44.99 for three years.

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