Pity The Fool Who Misses The Turn With Navtones

Posted: Sep 27 2007, 2:27pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:04am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Pity the Fool Who Misses the Turn with Navtones
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I can hear it now, “Left turn ahead sucka!” Navtones is a global provider of real celebrity voices for navigation systems has a new downloadable voice that is compatible with all TomTom navigation systems.

Why celebrity voices rather than the ones that ship with your GPS device? Will Andre, CEO of Navtones says, "Most people don't recognize the importance of voice desirability until it's too late and they're on the road with the device barking out banal commands every two hundred yards. Navtones is about entertainment and choice, and when poking at the GPS display at Best Buy, people should ask themselves if they can live, on a daily basis, with this off-the-shelf voice uttering monotone directions from their dash."

Plus there is the bonus that if you just happen to drive a white 1980’s Corvette with red stripes you can pretend like you are Face from the A-Team. If Mr. T doesn’t float your boat you can get voices from Dennis Hopper, Burt Reynolds and more for $12.95 for the standard version or funny version with both versions available for $19.95.

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