Originally Posted by raydm
And where is the location app ? There is att navigator which is different .. I guess att want some more cash from selling there offer.
Can some one extract HTC navigation from sensation ics and post ...
On AT&T Vivids, the AT&T Navigator app probably replaced anything HTC might have added. I could not find an HTC branded navigation program on my Vivid. AT&T Navigator (and others based on the same system) has always been a fee-based program. My old HD2 had a similar program based on Navteq data. The fees would make sense only if you did a lot of traveling in unfamiliar areas.
Google Navigation (which shows up as a separate app, but is really part of Google Maps) works well as long as you have a data connection. (Actually you can pre-cache selected 10-mile wide areas for use without a data connection.)
Personally, I prefer Co-Pilot. I paid a flat, one-time fee of $30 (U.S.) and downloaded all the maps I need to my SD card. I can get updates as needed. And no data connection is required.