19-03-2012 02:47 PM
19-03-2012 03:28 PM
20-03-2012 01:15 AM - last edited on 20-03-2012 08:44 AM by Mike
I Have a samsung galaxy note running ginger bread. I am a big fan of TomTom and would buy it for android. I have a Tomtom 2050 in the car, dont think that tomtom does not come with their own problems. I have found it quite impossible to navigate to certain destinations using my 2050 (Top of the range tomtom device) so no device is perfect. I did run tomtom on my htc windows mobile and it was quite good. Probably the thing i like about the tomtom platform is the easy interface. If tomom only want to service IOS then good luck youre on a sinking boat. We have a heap of people moving from iphones to galaxy note here. When it comes to so many devices to support with Android, get real, I had tomtom running on windows mobile and it worked fine, all you need to do is put the effort in and realese a supported hardware list. If you can get it to run on windows mobile then android should be a breeze.
07-04-2012 11:20 AM
I will believe it when I see it
having seen several articles on how Android is running ahead with sales now on its own having 50% of new phones & Tablet sales in the USA on its own. Just maybe Tomtom is waking up but since they have through in action forced people to go elsewhere and starting late in a race is not a sensible action
08-04-2012 01:34 AM
tomtom missing out on android, even if they only sell to10% ,with the amount of android units with gps its profit for them in a decreasing market, bolting the door after the horse has bolted springs to mind. That said its still the best, I have had several units , symbian, pna and pda running tomtom and its still the best,easy to use, hope its here soon, running copilot live !next best in my opinion. used igo8 and mcguider joke!!!!