Is the new TomTom software designed to make you use Google Maps?
I've just purchased a Go Premium X (as TomTom are withdrawing support for my Go Live), and am beginning to wonder why!
If I want to check the time when I don't have a route planned, then I need to look at my phone, (car clock difficult to read).
If I want to put in a route with way-points when out and about, I need a phone with Internet, (I don't have download on my phone as I have no other use for it).
If I need my phone to utilize my satnav then why don't I just use my phone as the satnav!!
My old Go Live could do all of the above and allow me to calculate alternative routes easily - I don't want flash graphics, I want useful; can we go back to that, please.
I prefer to have a satnav so my phone is never out when driving but this new incarnation means that I cannot use the TomTom fully when out and about, only for simple journeys that have no way-points so I can 'tweak' routes.
Sadly, the only improvement over Go Live that I've found is the bigger screen, apart from that I feel I've gone back to a really basic satnav from the turn of the century.