by Joe White
July 23, 2013
TomTom's line of mobile apps, including those available for iOS, are set to receive a user interface overhaul in a forthcoming update, according to a recent article from PocketNavigation.de. Following a meeting with TomTom, the website claims to have seen the revamped app running on an Android-powered smartphone, and shares a selection of images (included in the below gallery). PocketNavigation.de explains, via Google Translate:
The new 3D content for urban areas and sights of the app are also very good and the new operational concept looks like geschafften for a smartphone or tablet. In contrast to portable navigation devices, the GO range, users of the app are the benefits of real-time traffic service TomTom Traffic continues only after purchase of the benefit in-app option, even on the pricing will probably not change.No information concerning a potential launch date for the updated TomTom iOS app has been unveiled, though it sounds as if the revamped application is nearing completion. Below, we've included a number of screenshots taken from the Android version of the application. From what we understand, the TomTom iOS app will look similar. In the meantime, iDevice owners can enjoy using TomTom 1.14, which is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. We'll let you know once the updated app becomes available. See also: Conduct In-Depth Research On Your Next Vacation Destination With iTravelGo, Today's Apps Gone Free: Ready, Set, Baby!, Kamikaze Pigs, PassMaker Pro And More, and Find The Best iPad Word Search Games With The Help Of This AppGuide.
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