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New TomTom GO Navigation App (iOS)

lampardlampard Posts: 4,355 TomTom Moderator
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Hi All,

Today, we're releasing this app update to all the users. During the update, you will receive a bonus of 1 month, a gift from us, and not charged to your account.

GO Mobile subscriptions will remain valid, but if you are not logged in to your MyDrive account, you will need to restore purchases to retrieve your subscription at the end of the one-month bonus.

Auto-renewing subscriptions will only start if you make a purchase in the iTunes Store.

Key Features:

MAPS A LA CARTE:
Customize your map by only downloading what you need with country- or regional-level maps. Select and download just what you need with world wide maps available for download, but in downloadable country or sub regions of ~300-500mb which lets you create your own custom map.

WEEKLY UPDATES:
Quick map updates without having to download the entire map again. These small updates (couple mb’s) only replace what is new & delete the data, without needing to completely re-download the map.

MOVING LANE GUIDANCE
Avoid missing turns and last-second merges by zooming in on your lane and seeing all the action up ahead. Allows you to see the road ahead past the exit or junction, again helping to orientate and guide especially when multiple exits occur after another.

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Few more things:
  • You will be able to get this update in the near future, by following the upgrade flow within GO Mobile.
  • GO Mobile subscriptions will remain valid following the update. In-app purchases, will become auto-renewing subscriptions.
  • New subscribers can get either a 1-week or a 1-month unlimited km trial, before purchasing 1 of 3 subscriptions: £1.99 per month, £4.99 for 3 months, or £8.99 for 6 months.
  • For Android, the app will be available later this year.
  • The teaser does not mention it but the update includes support for Apple CarPlay.
https://www.tomtom.com/en_gb/navapp-announcement/

Any questions? Please let us know! :)

Cheers, lampard

Edit: Yesterday, we started rolling out TomTom GO Navigation to a small number of users. The rest will follow soon.
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Comments

  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    Near future, when exactly? Sick of using apple maps in my car when i pay for this and it's far better.
  • JürgenJürgen Posts: 5,105 Community Manager
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    Near future, when exactly? Sick of using apple maps in my car when i pay for this and it's far better.
    Sorry, but we cannot be too specific. This is simply to avoid disappointments in case the date we set for ourselves slips.
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    edited May 1
    Jürgen wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    Near future, when exactly? Sick of using apple maps in my car when i pay for this and it's far better.
    Sorry, but we cannot be too specific. This is simply to avoid disappointments in case the date we set for ourselves slips.

    Not good enough really. First you announced early 2019, then spring 2019, then you say it's coming out but can't give a date.
    You might as well not have bothered to post this in all honesty. Most modern cars now are CarPlay compatible and as an apple user i don't want to have to rely on using data all the time when i'm in europe, that was the beauty of this app.

    Surely you can see why people like myself are getting frustrated by Tomtom's lack of ability to even put a rough date on it. I've already had to do one trip to europe using my phone again this year instead of the lovely screen in my car and as has been pointed out before this is bordering on illegal now to do.
    You let anyone run the beta without offering it to people who subscribe first so there will no doubt be thousands out there who downloaded the beta and never used it.

    Not good TomTom, you're better than this and normally i sing your praises but this is ridiculous.
  • ian1509ian1509 Posts: 14 [Legendary Explorer]
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions
  • dmulvdmulv Posts: 631 Superuser
    Customary 'when will these features arrive for the Go devices?' question.

    Hopefully it's in the pipeline, at least for the more powerful wifi devices.
  • JürgenJürgen Posts: 5,105 Community Manager
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions
    Our focus regarding in-dash systems was on Apple CarPlay for this build. So if turn-by-turn instruction can be played over car speakers still depends on the system in the car.
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    edited May 1
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.
  • miketorcymiketorcy Posts: 3,206 Superusers
    Good news. Hope that weekly map update are available soon for PNDs.
  • ian1509ian1509 Posts: 14 [Legendary Explorer]
    edited May 1
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1

    You do realise you've waffled at someone who doesn't work for Tomtom don't you?
    With my experience of most apps and bluetooth connections in cars is that if you are connected to them via bluetooth and on that source then you will hear instructions, if not then you won't. It was like that in the VW i had, it's the same in the Mazda i have now and the Boxster i had before that.
    Some manufacturers might have something different in their coding to make that work or different head units might work differently but i can say i've never found one.

    If other apps work while you are connected that way then fair play, use them and be happy. That's why is used apple maps on my recent euro trip and not TomTom as i would be using different sources for my music including usb, SD etc.

    But that said i really want to use the TT app as it is by far superior route wise to any others i've tried and for them to keep shying away from a date as to when that will be available is inexcusable.

    (Btw nobody refers to head units or infotainment as a "stereo" anymore)
  • ian1509ian1509 Posts: 14 [Legendary Explorer]
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1

    You do realise you've waffled at someone who doesn't work for Tomtom don't you?
    With my experience of most apps and bluetooth connections in cars is that if you are connected to them via bluetooth and on that source then you will hear instructions, if not then you won't. It was like that in the VW i had, it's the same in the Mazda i have now and the Boxster i had before that.
    Some manufacturers might have something different in their coding to make that work or different head units might work differently but i can say i've never found one.

    If other apps work while you are connected that way then fair play, use them and be happy. That's why is used apple maps on my recent euro trip and not TomTom as i would be using different sources for my music including usb, SD etc.

    But that said i really want to use the TT app as it is by far superior route wise to any others i've tried and for them to keep shying away from a date as to when that will be available is inexcusable.

    (Btw nobody refers to head units or infotainment as a "stereo" anymore)

    I replied to someone who spouted rubbish and who clearly doesn’t know his backside from his elbow. I always find it best if I don’t know what I am talking about, to keep my trap shut and not offer up an uneducated guess! ;)
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1

    You do realise you've waffled at someone who doesn't work for Tomtom don't you?
    With my experience of most apps and bluetooth connections in cars is that if you are connected to them via bluetooth and on that source then you will hear instructions, if not then you won't. It was like that in the VW i had, it's the same in the Mazda i have now and the Boxster i had before that.
    Some manufacturers might have something different in their coding to make that work or different head units might work differently but i can say i've never found one.

    If other apps work while you are connected that way then fair play, use them and be happy. That's why is used apple maps on my recent euro trip and not TomTom as i would be using different sources for my music including usb, SD etc.

    But that said i really want to use the TT app as it is by far superior route wise to any others i've tried and for them to keep shying away from a date as to when that will be available is inexcusable.

    (Btw nobody refers to head units or infotainment as a "stereo" anymore)

    I replied to someone who spouted rubbish and who clearly doesn’t know his backside from his elbow. I always find it best if I don’t know what I am talking about, to keep my trap shut and not offer up an uneducated guess! ;)

    Sorry, but i usually ignore vapid trash but i made an exception in your case more to my detriment by the looks of it. I even tried to be nice but i'm obviously speaking to one of the easily offended of the world.
    Anyhoo, have fun with your silence and if you do manage to find a work-around (i could tell you how but that ship sailed) then please let everyone know.
  • ian1509ian1509 Posts: 14 [Legendary Explorer]
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1

    You do realise you've waffled at someone who doesn't work for Tomtom don't you?
    With my experience of most apps and bluetooth connections in cars is that if you are connected to them via bluetooth and on that source then you will hear instructions, if not then you won't. It was like that in the VW i had, it's the same in the Mazda i have now and the Boxster i had before that.
    Some manufacturers might have something different in their coding to make that work or different head units might work differently but i can say i've never found one.

    If other apps work while you are connected that way then fair play, use them and be happy. That's why is used apple maps on my recent euro trip and not TomTom as i would be using different sources for my music including usb, SD etc.

    But that said i really want to use the TT app as it is by far superior route wise to any others i've tried and for them to keep shying away from a date as to when that will be available is inexcusable.

    (Btw nobody refers to head units or infotainment as a "stereo" anymore)

    I replied to someone who spouted rubbish and who clearly doesn’t know his backside from his elbow. I always find it best if I don’t know what I am talking about, to keep my trap shut and not offer up an uneducated guess! ;)

    Sorry, but i usually ignore vapid trash but i made an exception in your case more to my detriment by the looks of it. I even tried to be nice but i'm obviously speaking to one of the easily offended of the world.
    Anyhoo, have fun with your silence and if you do manage to find a work-around (i could tell you how but that ship sailed) then please let everyone know.
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    ian1509 wrote: »
    Is it still “mute” if connected to a Bluetooth car stereo. It would be nice to be able to hear instructions

    That would be how your car is set-up. You will hear instructions if you set the source on your head unit in the car to bluetooth, if not then you won't.

    That is nothing to do with the app.

    Utter garbage, but to be expected from such a loathsome company.

    Let me explain again for you, it has been covered by other posts, not be me, but typically ignored by yourselves, presumably as you have no answer. Other than of course, nothing to do with us!!!

    My iPhone connects automatically to my pioneer stereo for hands free. If I use Tomtom Go when playing music/podcasts from my iPhone I get navigation instructions. If I however choose to listen to digital radio on my stereo, I get no navigation instructions. You blame the head unit, but using Waze, Here wego, Google Maps and Sygic there is no such problem.

    My son has a Sony Apple play unit, when his iPhone is connected to the unit, he can play music through Spotify and use his phone for navigation through Tomtom go and get instructions. If however, he uses the radio, guess what.....take your time, I’m sure you’ll get there.

    So effectively your approach is when all other apps work bar yours it’s the head unit, so nothing to do with me guv.

    Just be honest, if you can be bothered and as others reported issue some it is how it appears, just say so.

    Rather than your current lazy approach.

    Here you go....Known issue, pretty obviously ignored by TomTom.

    https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/discussion/998732/bluetooth-or-phone-speaker-while-using-go-mobile-app/p1

    You do realise you've waffled at someone who doesn't work for Tomtom don't you?
    With my experience of most apps and bluetooth connections in cars is that if you are connected to them via bluetooth and on that source then you will hear instructions, if not then you won't. It was like that in the VW i had, it's the same in the Mazda i have now and the Boxster i had before that.
    Some manufacturers might have something different in their coding to make that work or different head units might work differently but i can say i've never found one.

    If other apps work while you are connected that way then fair play, use them and be happy. That's why is used apple maps on my recent euro trip and not TomTom as i would be using different sources for my music including usb, SD etc.

    But that said i really want to use the TT app as it is by far superior route wise to any others i've tried and for them to keep shying away from a date as to when that will be available is inexcusable.

    (Btw nobody refers to head units or infotainment as a "stereo" anymore)

    I replied to someone who spouted rubbish and who clearly doesn’t know his backside from his elbow. I always find it best if I don’t know what I am talking about, to keep my trap shut and not offer up an uneducated guess! ;)

    Sorry, but i usually ignore vapid trash but i made an exception in your case more to my detriment by the looks of it. I even tried to be nice but i'm obviously speaking to one of the easily offended of the world.
    Anyhoo, have fun with your silence and if you do manage to find a work-around (i could tell you how but that ship sailed) then please let everyone know.

    You spouted a BS answer, blaming the head unit and now you imply you that have a solution because you’re a sensitive little soul........ Do me a favour
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    edited May 1
    I didn't blame the head unit, i told you how you could hear the instructions by switching the source to bluetooth but you chose to ignore that and rant like an offended child. But as i'm nice here, try this: https://www.westherr.com/blog/2017/december/1/make-your-phones-navigation-talk-to-you-in-the-car.htm (explains the next paragraph as ios 11 is now defunct)
    To use that your head unit must be able to decode HFP protocol which as far as i know is now a standard feature on ios 12. What it basically does is trick the head unit into thinking that it's receiving a phone call and plays the directions as if it's receiving a call. See, helpful aren't i?
    Also you could buy a cheap little bluetooth speaker for your visor and link your phone to that. Or a little BT earpiece and link to that etc as a temporary work-around.

    As I said previously if it annoys you that much don't use it, seems really simple to me. That's what i'm doing at the moment, happy times.
  • PrivateerUKPrivateerUK Posts: 333 [Supreme Pioneer]
    Hi Lampard
    lampard wrote: »
    MAPS A LA CARTE:
    Customize your map by only downloading what you need with country- or regional-level maps. Select and download just what you need with world wide maps available for download, but in downloadable country or subregions of ~300-500mb which lets you create your own custom map.
    Will TomTom be offering non-3D maps? As 3D maps are unnecessary and bloated.

    What about all of the features that we asked to be added to GO Mobile over 3 years ago, please see older posts? E.g. Full support of custom POIs and showing the POI icons on the screen?

    Will TomTom continue to develop GO Mobile?

    Regards,
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    Thatbeetle wrote: »
    I didn't blame the head unit, i told you how you could hear the instructions by switching the source to bluetooth but you chose to ignore that and rant like an offended child. But as i'm nice here, try this: https://www.westherr.com/blog/2017/december/1/make-your-phones-navigation-talk-to-you-in-the-car.htm (explains the next paragraph as ios 11 is now defunct)
    To use that your head unit must be able to decode HFP protocol which as far as i know is now a standard feature on ios 12. What it basically does is trick the head unit into thinking that it's receiving a phone call and plays the directions as if it's receiving a call. See, helpful aren't i?
    Also you could buy a cheap little bluetooth speaker for your visor and link your phone to that. Or a little BT earpiece and link to that etc as a temporary work-around.

    As I said previously if it annoys you that much don't use it, seems really simple to me. That's what i'm doing at the moment, happy times.

    Apologies. Just realised that HFP is the crux of the problem here.
    Oh well, back to the drawing board.
  • ian1509ian1509 Posts: 14 [Legendary Explorer]
    No problem. It’s infuriating as I much prefer the TomTom interface but if you keep having to look at it as there is no sound it’s not really fit for purpose.
  • nlmarvinnlmarvin Posts: 8 [Master Traveler]
    Will this update finally include mydrive compatibility for iOS?
  • JürgenJürgen Posts: 5,105 Community Manager
    nlmarvin wrote: »
    Will this update finally include mydrive compatibility for iOS?
    The app picked up my places that I have stored in MyDrive. Routes are not supported at this point of time.
  • nlmarvinnlmarvin Posts: 8 [Master Traveler]
    Jürgen wrote: »
    nlmarvin wrote: »
    Will this update finally include mydrive compatibility for iOS?
    The app picked up my places that I have stored in MyDrive. Routes are not supported at this point of time.

    Thanks for your quick reply.

    i guess i'm still stuck using my 5-6 year old Android phone this summer for my road trip. It's really unbelievable. Basic navigation options still not included...
  • RoadRiderRoadRider Posts: 339 [Supreme Pioneer]
    edited May 3
    Hopefully this new version will support My Routes to import and drive GPX tracks from MyDrive like the Android App en PND's soon.
  • MrMMrM Posts: 149 [Exalted Navigator]
    edited May 6
    Source: https://iculture.nl/nieuws/tomtom-go-navigation-nieuwe-app/

    TomTom GO Mobile will receive an update soon. The new app with the name TomTom GO Navigation gets more useful functions and support for CarPlay. The app also introduces a new revenue model.

    It has been three years since TomTom launched the updated TomTom GO Mobile app, as a successor to the earlier navigation apps. Soon there will be changes planned, because the app will be given a new name with new functions and a CarPlay version. Important for current users is that something has changed with regard to the prices of the new app.

    The updated app has four distinctive new functions. First of all, you can download customized maps. Instead of having to download an entire area such as Benelux or Western Europe, you can now opt for maps at country and regional level. These cards are between 300 and 500 MB in size and you can therefore put together your own card package. The maps are also updated weekly, so that your maps are updated faster with the new traffic situations.
  • nlmarvinnlmarvin Posts: 8 [Master Traveler]
    RoadRider wrote: »
    Hopefully this new version will support My Routes to import and drive GPX tracks from MyDrive like the Android App en PND's soon.

    That's exactly what i was meaning. To import the MyRoutes. I was hoping that lampard could confirm that this is or will be in the new version.
  • ThatbeetleThatbeetle Posts: 23 [Master Explorer]
    edited May 3
    ian1509 wrote: »
    No problem. It’s infuriating as I much prefer the TomTom interface but if you keep having to look at it as there is no sound it’s not really fit for purpose.

    Absolutely agree. I did try messing around the other day in the car and seeing if I could get an A2dp blocker (will force it to HFP) to work on there but to no avail. Looks like it's Apple maps for a while longer.
    I could try Waze or Google maps but i'd rather eat one of my own toe nails (not pretty) than sully my life with either of those.
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