TomTom For IPhone Released On ITunes App Store

Posted: Aug 17 2009, 1:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:47pm CDT, in News | Apple

 

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The highly anticipated TomTom App for the iPhone has been released and is now on sale in the Apple App Store.
The TomTom navigation software for the iPhone is available for U.S. & Canada ($99.99), Weastern Europe ($139.99), New Zealand ($94.99) and Australia ($79.99).

The TomTom iPhone App offers many of the features known from the TomTom Car GPS devices. Additionally you easily navigate to your friends from the contact list.

TomTom app for iPhone includes also the exclusive IQ Routes technology. Instead of using travel time assumptions, IQ Routes bases its routes on the actual experience of millions of TomTom drivers to calculate the fastest route and generate the most accurate arrival times in the industry. TomTom IQ Routes empowers drivers to reach their destination faster up to 35% of the time.

Furthermore, the TomTom app for iPhone comes with an extensive safety camera database including verified safety camera information in 11 European countries. This means drivers are informed ahead of time about any safety cameras on their route, encouraging road safety, while saving money on fines at the same time.

TomTom will offer also a car kit for the iPhone with integrated GPS that is enhancing the iPhone GPS and offers a speaker.

You can buy TomTom for the iPhone now on the iTunes App Store. Via MacRumors.

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