TomTom launches on Android devices

October 4, 2012 • Gadgets and Gaming

Last month, Android users got their first glimpse of TomTom’s new app at its preview during the IFA consumer electronics show.

Android users got their first glimpse of TomTom's new app (image: TomTom)

Today the TomTom Navigation app for Android is available to download from Google Play for the first time. The new app is an addition to TomTom’s existing, highly-rated navigation app for iPhone and brings TomTom’s world-class navigation to millions more smartphone users.

Available at a special introductory price, the TomTom  Navigation app for Android has been designed especially for drivers.

The latest TomTom maps are included and stored offline, which means that users do not have to worry about losing signal in the middle of their journey or roaming charges when travelling abroad.

The app includes free quarterly map updates which ensures that drivers always have the latest map on their smartphone.

“TomTom has a history of making great navigation applications. Our existing iPhone app gets fantastic customer feedback and regularly wins awards,” said Daan Henderickx, Country Manager for TomTom South Africa.

“Today, we are bringing this world-class navigation experience to millions of Android smartphone users for the first time.”

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