If you want to quickly find the right path to your goal, you can guide without charge. That’s the result of the Stifting Warrant that explored 17 navigation solutions. Seven of the 15 navigation apps are free and “good”. The two applications for payment are “satisfactory”.
“Trial” (Release 8/2021) Magazine has a total of 13 applications, with two classic navigation devices “Tomdom Go Discover 7” (299 euros) and “Garmin DrivesSmart 65 & Digital Traffic” (250 euros) here. Only the two most expensive models were compared. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of the growing popularity of smartphone navigation.
Domdom hits Google Maps
Tomato has been involved in applications many times and is at the forefront of the pack for Android devices with the fee-based application “TomTom Go Navigation” (Grade 1.9). It is followed by the free “Google Maps” (2.0) and the paid “Zigzag GPS Navigation” (2.1). Among iOS apps, “Google Maps” (1.9) precedes “Apple Maps” (2.0), which is free, and “ZigZag GPS navigation” (2.0 for a fee).
Some applications, such as TomTom Go Navigation, store maps on the device. It consumes memory, but uses less data on the phone while moving. Otherwise, depending on the tariff outside the EU, it will be expensive. In the case of “Apple Maps” or “Tomdom Amigo” (2.5) and “Ways” (2.2), which are rated free and “good” for both systems, for example, the graphic object is on the Internet. It will then be loaded to the respective path. Then it works the other way around: storage space is free, but the amount of data increases.
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