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TeleNav Updates Nav Software for Android Platform

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Jan 14, 2011, 1:01 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

TeleNav today announced Navigator 6.2 for Google's Android devices. The new software makes a number of user enhancements, including faster map rendering, improved speech commands, simpler search tools, and millions more points of interest. A new feature has been added, as well, called Multiple Route Suggestion. Once start and end points are plotted, TeleNav GPS Navigator will suggest up to three different routes, allowing users to choose which route to take depending on varied conditions, such as traffic. The updated navigation software is available to Android devices running on AT&T's network first. It will become available to other Android devices on other carriers over time.


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Jan 14, 2011, 2:12 PM

nice! telenav gps is my favorite!

Sure, Google navigation is free, but u get what u pay for! On Google navigation, when on freeway, it will say "exit 58" or "exit 121". just tell me "exit wall street" or "exit Bear Blvd" instead of this garbage "exit 752" !
give telenav a try before saying Google GPS is better! telenav has 30 days free trial!
The other problem I have with Google navigation is that sometimes it is ridiculously elaborate, gives you 20 steps to tell you how to back out of your driveway
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