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Default gps app

Cant seem to be able to find good gps navigation sw.. Anyone got any suggestion
 
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I would recommend iGo My Way
 
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iGo doesnt have an app for wvga devices, the modified version of iGO for wvga is called motonav. But there are other softs like: navigon, copilot, sygic, ...
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check discussion related to Desire

here is a good link :

http://mobile.jack-frost.co.uk/android_sat_nav_apps.php
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I recommend Waze. Crowd sourcing GPS navigation, with real time traffic gathering from other Waze users. You can even update the maps online if they are incorrect. And its completely free.

When I switch it on in the morning it auto plots the fastest route to work, and the same for going home in the evening. I love it.
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I really like Waze, especially the traffic information wich you receive from other users in the area is incredible! And its kinda fun socializing with it
 
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The Waze is really interesting, but its useless in countries where only few people use it.
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Yeah it needs a small community behind it to make it really powerful.
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most of your suggestion are for US / EU... not for asia.... anyone got other alternatives???
 
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Cyberazi, you can use Waze anywhere in the world, but as mentioned, if there's not many others using it in your area you'll find that you'll be the one creating new roads as you drive along them for the first time.
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