On 7/17/2015 01:02, Carlos E. R. wrote:
> But I don't like the hassle of using a phone for navigation in a car.
> Frankly, the TomTom is much more comfortable to use. It snaps into
> place in seconds, power connection to the car included. But yes, using
> a phone as phone and as car navigation is cheaper than having both
I've never used the high-end navigation modules, but both the low-end
Garmins I used were terrible.
I now use MapFactor Navigator Free on my Samsung tablet, and it works
beautifully. I'd rather have Google, but I'd even more rather have the
money needed for the data usage. Mapfactor uses OpenStreetMaps for
free, and you can buy Tom-Tom maps. OSM has never failed me.
Last I heard, Google will cache only the maps needed for your
pre-planned trip. If you deviate even a little, you're in Google
Wilderness. MapFactor solves that; I can explore all I want.
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