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VZ Navigator VX Brings 3D Maps to Droid Line

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Jan 28, 2011, 8:35 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Verizon Wireless today announced a new version of its navigation software for its line up of Android devices that adds 3D maps. The 3D maps are supported in six cities to start (Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Mo., New York, and Washington, D.C.) and Verizon says more will be added throughout 2011. With the new software, Verizon's Android phones will be able to interact with 3D renderings of these cities as they explore them. The software also includes detailed information on things such as highway and exit signs. To start, the software will work on the Motorola Droid X, HTC Droid Incredible, and the Samsung Fascinate. The cost remains $10 per month, $5 per week, or $3 per day.




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Jan 28, 2011, 8:42 AM


Or you could use Google Navigator for free. 😁
With less efficiency and less features? Absolutely!
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Jan 28, 2011, 8:46 AM

come on, i'm getting tired of hearing!

google navigation is free!
some people prefer better gps navigation software!
that is like saying, you buy what? you buy water??? you can get free water from fountain for free!
Its a GPS to get you from point A. to point B. You should not need to be playing with it while you are driving. People are terrible enough drivers as it is. Not only is this stupid to pay $10 a month extra for something you already have for "free", bu...
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