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mobile sat nav software


boybrown

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Hi Folks,

I'm just about to upgrade my phone and am looking for any cheap / free sat nav software to go along with a GPS receiver. I've come across Nav4All and another called amAze but wondered if anyone else had any suggestions.

Having Sat Nav would be useful but not something that I could say was essential and so I can't justify a big outlay on the budget we have.

cheers

tom

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millhouses

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Both Nav4All and Amaze are both very good when used on my SE K800i with a separate GPS. Prefer Nav4All and on a recent round trip to Manchester & back (total 100 miles), it made no mistakes, reminded me when speeding and download costs via O2 were zero. Just use direction arrows, not maps.
Good free fun!

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boybrown

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Thanks a lot for that. I'll give it a go I think!

ps I don't suppose the username relates to a place in Sheffield? If it does we were in the park last week..what are the chances eh!

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