“You have an iPhone?! Can I see it? Does it have Doodle Jump/Angry Birds?” Even after all of these years, people can still act like another person’s iPhone is the coolest thing ever and that they have not seen a computer in ten years. If somebody wants to check Facebook
German software developer NAVIGON AG announced the released of the Traffic Live feature for its MobileNavigator application [App Store, $89.99] for the iPhone. The application utilizes real-time traffic information as well as historic data to calculate better routes that avoid congestion and get drivers to their destination faster.
If you haven't been sleeping in iPhone class lately, you'll probably remember the turn-by-turn navigation app that AT&T released last month. The app is free, but to make it work you're required to pay another $10 a month on top of your current AT&T bill. Most of you were less than impressed with the idea of giving AT&T more money and didn't bother trying it. If you're still itching to try it out, we've got an awesome trick for you! Simply call AT&T (611 on your AT&T iPhone), press 0 to speak with an operator, and tell them that you want a free trial to AT&T Navigator. They'll set you up with a free 30 day trial which will auto-renew. To avoid being charged actual real monies, simply call back to cancel before the last day. And that, ladies and gentleman, is awesome!
TomTom gave us a peek at their turn-by-turn GPS system for iPhone at WWDC, but we didn't know much about features or pricing. Macworld recently talked with TomTom's Market Development VP to get some answers.
Even though Apple isn't taking part in Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona, the iPhone is present in a big way. While their competitors offered their criticism of the device and it's business model, developers showed off their latest iPhone software, including offline GMail from google and a turn-by-turn GPS navigation client.