TomTom GO Navigation Now Available via Android Auto
TomTom has made its GO Navigation application available for cars with the Android Auto platform. This means that drivers with an Android smartphone can now project and use the app via the onboard infotainment system.
TomTom GO Navigation thus becomes a possible alternative to, among others, Google Maps and Waze, which were previously accessible via Android Auto. At the beginning of April, the Dutch navigation specialist also made the free TomTom AmiGO app available for Google’s car software. On the other hand, GO Navigation is a paid application without advertising and with a number of additional functions.
The navigation app includes lane assistance to help drivers at junctions by indicating which lane is the best option and which exact turn to take. Furthermore, the user can download detailed 3D maps in advance and use the app abroad without incurring high roaming costs.
With an internet connection, the renowned TomTom traffic information and speed camera warnings are also available. EV profiles are now available for electric car drivers to help them find available charging points more easily. The manufacturer further emphasizes that ‘no personal data of users is monetized in any way.
TomTom GO Navigation can be downloaded from Google Play, Apple’s App Store and Huawei AppGallery. There is a free trial for 30 days, after which users can subscribe for 12.99 euros per year, 8.99 euros per six months or 1.99 euros per month.