23-01-2012 10:37 AM
23-01-2012 03:07 PM
This reply is nonsense. To say that TomTom can't speak publicly about this issue is ridiculous. TomTom HAS ALREADY spoken publicly about it on two occasions. So, it is OK for your executives to speak on this issue to keep customers hooked on TomTom, but yet you can't talk about it when you fail to deliver? Good luck with your customers tolerating that nonsense.
23-01-2012 04:17 PM
if PR is involved then you guys having some issues with porting on android platform and I would call it serious problems what offcourse no one form tomtom will admit and no comment will be posted due to ban except PR. lol
01-03-2012 12:29 PM
04-04-2012 10:33 AM
I got tired of waiting for TomTom on Android so I picked up a copy of Sygic today. I know it isn't as good as TomTom (I've demoed it and had used TomTom for Windows before) but hey it'll get me around. I had to pick it up, as the price either went down from 29.99 to $22, or the exchange rate got much better, i don't know. I may still get a copy of TomTom later if and when it comes out and depending on how much it'll be.
i have my own theory on why TomTom is missing and had made a copy for iPhone. Android phones have google maps which is free but of course you have to have a data plan, iPhone users with or without data plan doesn't have a choice so of course TomTom developed an iPhone version first. and now they probably figured it's too late for Android as too many folks have already grown acustomed to google maps. just a wild thought
05-06-2012 11:48 PM
With 60,000,000 Samsung Galaxy S 1,2 &3 mobiles alone already sold so far, Why isn't TomTom trying to get at least 1% of these (600,000) as sales, at £50 per installation that would be £30,000,000 just on Samsung devices.
What are TomTom playing at ignoring Android? are you trying to go **bleep** up?