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If you delete your app before installing the update you will lose your settings and saved locations. To avoid this we recommend that you update via the iTunes app on your computer.
- WORKS WITH iOS6: Dont worry if you have already upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS6. This app is fully tested with iOS6 so you can update with confidence.
- OPTIMIZED FOR iPhone 5
- LATEST, UPDATED TOMTOM MAP: because roads are constantly changing, on average 15 of roads change every year, your TomTom app update comes with the latest and most up-to-date map.
- TOMTOM PLACES: Tap into TomTom Places, search results designed for drivers. Helping you find anything from a local gas station to a supermarket, wherever you are. Type in your search word, find matching locations, and let your app take you there. NOTE: When used, these features need to share your location in order to work. Full details can be found in the about screen of the app.
- WORKS WITH APPLE MAPS: When you find a place to visit using the Apple Maps app, TomTom can guide you there. Simply select TomTom as the routing app and enjoy world-class car navigation. (requires iOS6).
- HD TRAFFIC: Receive more accurate traffic jam locations, road closures, and road work zones. The improved HD Traffic service helps you to get to your destination even faster.
- GOOGLE LOCAL SEARCH: due to the discontinuation of the Google Local Search service, TomTom has decided to remove the feature. You can still search for locations using TomTom Places. Alternatively you can search Google in your browser and use the Copied Address feature to plan routes to these locations.
TomTom Navigation for iPhone/iPad. World-class navigation that’s trusted by 65 million drivers.
Optimized for iPhone 5 and includes FREE Lifetime Maps
Last minute plans? With the TomTom Navigation app, driving somewhere new couldn’t be easier. You’ve always got your iPhone with you, so navigation’s close at hand. And losing signal is not a problem, because the app works not only online, but offline too. This saves you money on data roaming costs, and you’ll have constant access to the same maps, technology and world-class navigation as on our satnavs. It’s the app that drivers can rely on.
Only the TomTom Navigation app offers all this:
- TomTom Offline Maps. Maps are stored on your iPhone or iPad – so you can plan a new route, get re-routed, or search for points of interest. Without needing data coverage.
- FREE Lifetime Maps. Always drive with the latest map and get to your destination faster. Download 4 or more full updates every year for the life of your app.
- FREE Daily Map Changes. Benefit from shared daily map corrections from our 21 million strong Map Share community.
- IQ Routes. The fastest routes, the most accurate and reliable arrival times at all times of day.
- HD Traffic. Faster. Proven. (available via in-app purchase)(1)
- Powerful search. Search for destinations with TomTom Places, Facebook™ and foursquare™.
- Multitasking support. Clear, turn-by-turn guidance while on the phone.
- Seamless integration. Integrates easily with your iPhone/iPad contacts, photos, music, email, browser, calendar and maps.
- Designed for iPhone and iPad
- Landscape/portrait orientation option
- 2D/3D driving view
- Advanced lane guidance
- Automatic day & night mode
- Clear voice instructions
- Spoken street names (2)
- Fast route recalculation
- Multi-stop routes
- Eco Routes
- Millions of pre-installed POIs
- Help me! emergency menu
- Audio output switch to stream audio to the TomTom Hands-free car kit (Bluetooth A2DP)
- Celebrity voices (Available via in-App purchase)
- Car symbols
- Map colors
- Share your destination via email, Facebook™ or Twitter™
- See http://www.tomtom.com/iphone for full feature descriptions
- US, CA.
- See http://goo.gl/WsBEI for country abbreviations
The TomTom Navigation app requires a GPS signal. 3G-enabled iPads, iPhone 3G, and later models have an internal GPS receiver. Users of non-3G iPads and iPod touch 2nd gen and later models will require an external GPS receiver. The original iPhone and iPod touch are not supported.
(1)TomTom HD Traffic is available in the US & Canada. Compatible with iPhone 3G/3GS/4/4S, iPad WiFi + 3G models. If you’d prefer to use your existing subscription on your iPad, restore your purchases within the TomTom app on your iPad. The app will prompt you to transfer your subscription between your iPhone and iPad.
(2)Announces street names in the following languages: English, Spanish, French.
(3)Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
(4)Photos can only be used for navigation if you have enabled Location Services in the Camera application.
I own both the TomTom and Navigon apps. Navigon has had all of the features in this new 1.3 release of TomTom for months, plus it has better iPod integration. TomTom is also plagued by an awful user-interface that requires a ridiculous numbers of button pushes to do basic things such as starting and stopping navigation. (Navigon is also much prettier, if that matters to you.) I use them both with the TomTom car kit and GPS accuracy has never been a problem. However, if I had to pick one, Navigon still provides the better user experience. I haven't had a chance to check the "updated" map in this version yet, but I have no doubt Navigon will continue to provide updates, including a new map version.
For those using TomTom without a car kit, it is still not perfect, just like all the other navigation apps on the iphone, because of the iPhone's limited aGPS chip. (EVERY car navigation app has a number of one-star, "this does not work!" reviews, and it's safe to assume that most of them can be attributed to the hardware instead of the software.) Also, beware that one of the effects of a not-so-accurate gps chip is inconsistent behavior; time of day, placement in the car, direction, type of car, and more can all make a difference. This means that all the anecdotal evidence in many of the reviews ("I got lost using it this afternoon"; "works great for me!") does not really tell you much about how it will perform over time for you.
1.3 offers quite a few modest improvements -- slightly better interface, more features, etc. -- while keeping with the basic TomTom approach: get the job done while keeping it simple, and appropriate for driving. (I haven't had a chance to test the live traffic; don't live in a city.) The car kit is available at a discount on various web sites, and it's a very elegant design and in my experience makes the gps reception solid. You have to select the computerized voice ("Samantha" or "Tom" in the US) to get text-to-speech. The ipod controls are nicely accessible; they're basic, and don't allow you to fiddle with playlists which I've found not to be a good idea while driving, anyway. If you're stopped at a light or on a clear stretch of freeway, it's easy enough to click over to the ipod app, select your playlists, and then click back to TomTom. Magellan has released their own car kit, similar to the TomTom except it handles iphones in cases, which will work with TomTom or any other navigation app.
I like this better than Navigon because TomTom has some better routing functions and because TomTom's screen, while less pretty, is more readable in a single glance while driving.
So, in sum, do your research before buying. TomTom works fine for most people, it's imperfect, and it's ten dollars more than the closest competition. 1.3 is a solid improvement.
This is an update to my 3/14/2010 review on the 1.3 release. Navigon just put a regional version of their GPS software on Itunes for 25 bucs. I was already into the GPS Iphone game for $99.99 when I bought TomTom so I had not planned on having a second GPS software set on my Iphone. But the new version from Navigon was cheap enough for me to take the plunge. And boy am I glad I did. Navigon beets TomTom hands down. Lets start with the simple look of the software. TomTom reminds me of a stick cartoon compared to the polished look of Navigon. You can see this for yourself on the few screen shots on Itunes. One point for Navigon. The UI on Navigon is light years ahead of TomTom. It is very intuitive vs TomToms clunky feel. Another point for Navigon. I have not had Navigon for long enough to compare the maps, so I'll call that one a tie, but so far, Navigon has not led me astray. TomTom seems to lag while recalculating. Navigon is VERY snappy, so much I thought I was missing something. Another point for Navigon. Both software packages take a while to load, so I timed both of them to see which one was fastest. Both of them take around 10 seconds to load so I'll call that one a tie. The new release of TomTom has a updated Ipod interface. Navigon has this as well and is MUCH better. TomTom allows you to skip to the next song and pause. Navigon actually opens up an ipod window and allows much more flexibility. Another point for Navigon.
This might sound more like a plug for Navigon than a ToTom review . . .and it is. But rightfully so. My first day with Navigon has proven to me that the investment with TomTom was a waste of money.
I was one of the suckers that bought the 1.2 version for $100 and watched the price drop to $50 (US Only) a few weeks later. The app (at the time) was a complete disappointment and the price drop was just an insult.
The new update seems to have solved a lot of the issues with the 1.2 version. Including updated maps has made it a bit easier to swallow the $100 initial investment. My one pet peeve that I cannot get over is why does the distance have to be in yards? The only time I use yards is when watching football. For imperial units, the navigation should be in miles and feet.
Update: 3/13/10 Version 1.3 (Iphone 3GS) First off there were some nice improvements made, however TOMTOM did't get it completely right.
*Independent voice volume adjustment.
*Google search..... Awesome!
*Auto screen brightness and auto day night mode.
*HD traffic (available as an in App purchase)
*Map Update (Free)
*Increased font size on the ribbon or what ever you call it that indicates the street your currently on.
*Faster App launch time. (perceived)
*Favorites stayed in tact after update was installed.
*Nice improvement to the music fade.
*Although there was an improvement to accessing the music player you still CAN NOT select a playlist from the App.
*No voice direction indicating what side of the road your destination is on.
*No gas price listing, one would think that being connected to Google they could easily pull this information in.
*Same tired 1990's style graphics (I'm color blind and have a hard time with the maps colors)
*The yard to turn is still wrong, I'm about 300 feet from the turn and TOMTOM indicates 300 yards.
*No auto cancel route when at destination. (Still have to go through several screens to cancel)
As you can see the Good list is nice and long, however I would say my biggest gripe is the 1990's style graphics!
Overall this is a nice app but is not perfect. I did subscribe to HD traffic and have not had a chance to test, I'll update my review after I have had some time with it.
I must say this app is great but not perfect, compared to my Garmin Nuvi 880 the IQ routes are much better than the routes the Garmin would calculate even with the Garmin having live traffic info. The problem with live traffic info is in most cases its already old info by the time it’s received where as the IQ routes uses historical data which seems to work better for my application.
Here are the improvements I would like to see:
*Auto cancel route one at destination
*Auto select day or night mode
*Improved Map graphics
*Increase ribbon real estate for Headers and time to destination etc, they can be on the smallish side
*State witch side of the road your destination is
I love the car kit, especially being able to use my Iphone to play music; while my Garmin can do this its interface is not very desirable.
TomTom, make the improvement stated above and receive 5 Stars!!!!
Good on battery, great voice directions and good app performance.I own an 8gig iphone 3g not the newer 3gs (I wish). I also have tried the AT&T GPS navigator and the Navigon app. I admit that I was very hesitant to get this app after reading the negative reviews. I did anyways, because of the Tom Tom's iQ routing featureOk, here is my experience with TomTom app:I took all my music out, installed the app, then synced back my music to the iphone. Then restarted the phone. I did noticed that the app launches alot faster than the Navigon. I looked trough the online manual and got a little familiar with what the menus and the options are about, (even though the app seems very straight foward). My wife and I had to go out to her mom's home and I inputed my mother-in-law's address. Tom Tom calculated the route quickly and we took off. Trought the trip Tom Tom voice prompts where accurate and very helpful. I loved the fact that it informs you ahead of time if there are turns comming after the upcomming turn and what lane to be on after you have turned!! I'm very impressed with the voice guided directions and the app's performance.I know, I know that it doesn't tell you if the destination is on the right or the left, but hopefully this is something they can fix on an update.Here's what I liked:- Exellent clear and loud voice directions- Very decent app launch time on a iphone 3g- Easy to navigate menus and features.- It worked well with my address book, so far ;)Things that I would like to see:- Feature like the "Reality view" from Navigon, that shows you ahead what exit to take on the freeway with signs that match those on the freeway.- Where the destination is located, left or right (Of course)- Inexpensive Tom Tom gps dock for the iphone (Yeah Righ!). I could dream, can't I?I think that people are intimidated and frustated with technology when it doesn't meet their expectations. Here is my opinion why many are having problems:1- There are many things that do not work exactly perfect "out of the box". The same is true with apps this big. 2- Before testing most apps they tell you that you must reset or restart the iphone for the app to work properly.3- This app lives in the iPhone!! That it cannot do better than the iphone hardware can handle.4- There have been cases where some iphones have developed hardware problems and have been replaced after taking them to the genius bar.Compared to the others:At&t's route with traffic option sends you on a trip around town with needless deviations and turns and a longer trip. Also, even though AT&T's app can say the street names, it doesn't tell you the name of the exit, just the number of the exit. At&t's voice directions are kind of low and hard to distinguish. On the other hand, Navigon's voice directions and visuals are excellent, and I would recommend it if you don't care about traffic. Tom Tom is quick and very responsive on my iPhone 3g and I no longer worry about having to restart the app when I get a call. I have yet to try the Tom Tom app on a regular work day. Returning home is were I always have to deal with heavy traffic. I want to see how well the iQ routes will work in this situation. That's where I need this app the most.One last thing I noticed today:- My iphone does get warm when using AT&T navigator or Navigon, and the battery discharges, even when plugged in to the charger. The Tom Tom app did not seem to draw that much power and my phone was almost fully charged by the time we got home. Nice!I hope this review helps you, thanks!
Man, some people think they should get everything free. In my opinion this update is great. A new map, google search, auto night/day for free. And $20 a year for traffic is not bad... That's about $1.67 a month. If you babies want free traffic, listen to your local radio station... Otherwise quit whining over $1.67 a month for a service that sends it directly to the app. And those that are whining about "$100 app, who would pay that"... It's not $100 anymore, dummies. And the ones crying "I spent $100 when it first came out"... Get over it! That's the price you pay for being an "early adopter"! Price drops happen with every technology the longer it is out.
Anyway... The app is so much better than before. I really think tomtom has now gotten this app to the equivalent of a standalone. Oh, for those saying that it loses the signal... You can't hold the iPhone in your hand and expect it to get a signal, it needs to be closer to the windshield like a standalone (and not near the middle of the car). If you don't want to pay for the tomtom car kit, at least buy some type of suction mount to be able to put the phone near the windshield. I have a 3gs and don't have any problems. Great app!
For those who were wondering about the biggest differences between TomTom and Navigon:
Navigon is prettier and is a bit more full-featured (route planning with multiple intermediate waypoints, more robust speed limit database, ability to customize when the speed limit alert is triggered), but it has one major disadvantage in my book -- it's a bit more than my poor 3G (not 3Gs) can handle. Attempting to play music and use Navigon leads to stuttering in both the app and the music.
With a long road trip imminent, I decided to splurge on TomTom, in the hopes of only needing one gadget, rather than two.
While I miss the graphics and the advanced route planning of Navigon, TomTom's relative simplicity yields an app that does seem to run fine on a 3G while the music is playing.
TomTom may not be great, but it gets the job done.
With the release of v1.3 and the recent reduction in price the TomTom iPhone app is now the best deal is personal navigation, provided you already have an iPhone.
I started with TomTom by buying an inexpensive TomTom ONE several years ago. Then, sometime last year I upgraded to the best TomTom had to offer, the brand new TomTom Go 740 LIVE which boasted an array of features which would dazzle the user. This new TomTom fell short of their claims and I often wished I hadn’t already sold my old, bottom of the line TomTom.
When I got my iPhone last September I debated buying the TomTom app for several weeks because of its outrageous price tag ($100 at the time). I finally bought the app and was disappointed that it functioned no better than the original TomTom ONE I had years ago.
Several updates later TomTom has finally lived up to its claims of offering the best navigation experience. This latest update improves on the user interface significantly. Things like controlling the background music are now streamlined and easy to use, especially while driving. They finally integrated Google Local search, a extremely useful feature which completely eliminates the need for the large, pre-installed and horribly inaccurate databases of POI’s. No matter what you are looking for Google Local search will find it. The addition of automatic day/night mode switching should help keep you focused on the road and not doing unnecessary manual changes.
The best part of this update will cost you extra. TomTom added LIVE traffic as an optional add-on to the app for $20 a year. This marginal extra expense claims to give you detailed and accurate traffic conditions. My experience with this TomTom traffic a year ago was somewhat disappointing but I have hopes they have made improvements since then. The data integrates very well with the browse map function and the navigation screen. All of these new features are starting to fill up the relatively small screen of the iPhone. The traffic information is normally shown as a colored car symbol in the corner so save space. You can tap it to show more detailed information but you lose a lot of map by doing so.
My final two comments are complaints/improvement requests. The live traffic requires you to sign into a TomTom account before purchasing the add-on. This is an unnecessary step and is clearly a way for TomTom to try and impose additional limitations on you use the app store content. I already had an account so this was not too much of a problem. Also, I would like to see map corrections added to the iPhone app. I am sure they are working on it and they might have some plans for the future but when I encounter a missing road or incorrect information I would really like the ability to tell TomTom about it.
Update 3/15/2010: I have ran into some problems with the app maintaining a GPS signal. It seems to cut in and out at random times for no apparent reason. TomTom, please look into this. I am using the TomTom car kit and I did not have this problem prior to the v1.3 update.
They cleaned a lot of stuff that bothered me up in this update they also added Google Local Search and live traffic. Good show guys. Just need a better music interface and we would be golden.
LOVE that the traffic is only $20/year! That is a GREAT deal! They made UI enhancements, nice audio fade touches, and rounded out the app. This is great. Well done TomTom, it took awhile, but this is now a first rate app.
I ordered the in-app Traffic Conditions subscription yesterday as our town was landlocked by flooding and I needed real-time information about road closings. Google, Yahoo and other online FREE services showed ALL of the major and minor road closings while TomTom showed absolutely NONE. I would call a road closing due to flooding a traffic incident. Wouldn't you? These were closings that lasted for over 24 hours on main interstate roads, so it is not like TomTom could have missed it!
This is in the Rockland/Orange County areas of New York.
Either the traffic component is not mature enough yet, or it just does not work at all.
Save your money. Wait for it to be free, as it should, because it is not worth even $1.
All of us who paid $99 for this app to see it drop to $69 also feel a bit burned by TomTom.
I like TomTom and have only owned TomTom GPS devices, but this traffic component for the iPhone is bad...
I’ve owned a Garmin nüvi 360 for several years. It’s been a great navigation device. It’s guided me well through North America and Europe. I call it my ‘girlfriend.’ But my girlfriend has been looking a little frumpy lately. Her display just isn’t as fresh and bright as my iPhone’s display. I decided to try out an iPhone navigation app in the hopes that I could dump my faithful, but old, girlfriend for a new and prettier model.
I moved cautiously. First I purchased a $20 iPhone dash mount to see whether the iPhone’s display was bright and readable. It was, even more so than girlfriend. Then, after reading the reviews on iTunes, I purchased the Navigon app and the TomTom car kit.
First, the TomTom car kit. It’s very well designed and I really like it. It’s a perfect holder for the iPhone (mine’s a 3GS). The Navigon app, however, left me unfulfilled. It’s very pretty and I love how it offers me two or three choices of routes for each trip, but I find its UI difficult to use while driving. The buttons and text are very small and in map view the street names are almost illegible.
So, dissatisfied with Navigon, I purchased the TomTom app. I find the TomTom app much easier to use while driving. Tap the map once to access the main menu, large navigation buttons, and the map itself is much easier to read while driving.
After a couple days experimenting with both apps, I find that both have advantages and disadvantages relative to the other.
- Maps (and street names) very legible while driving
- Map colors very customizable (8 day options and 4 night options)
- Easy menu navigation while driving
- Poor iPod integration
- Voice prompts/directions
- Multiple route selections
- Good iPod integration
- Good voice directions
- Very difficult to see street names on map
- Difficult to navigate menu while driving
- No user manual
Features I would like to see in both apps:
- A trip data page showing miles to go, miles gone, maximum speed, average speed, etc.
- Similar to above, a vehicle status page showing current speed, odometer, etc.
- A geek page showing number of satellites acquired and signal strength.
- Easier en-route insertion of destinations. For instance, if while driving I decide I need to find the nearest gas station, I’d like to be able to search for the nearest gas stations and easily insert them in my current route. Both apps allow this, but it’s not as easy as and as intuitive as on the nüvi.
- The ability to modify routes by dragging/dropping, similar to Google Maps.
- Map font size customizability.
- Better phone integration. I’d like to be able to phone a number from my contacts or from keypad entry without leaving the navigation app.
Finally an update! Only took like 5 months.
I'm very disappointed in the route they have taken with traffic as a yearly fee. Worse, they limit it to one iPhone. Now the app is worth even less, maybe $20. My wife and I share apps. Tomtom is way too greedy. I think I will be buying navigon's app instead. The one time fee for traffic and the frequent updates make it a much better deal. Tomtom is the slowest developer I have ever seen.
Need to have the ability to clear recent destinations.... Like the stand-alone GPS...
I love how u can use Google to find places in an unfamiliar area!!!
I am very impressed with the 1.3 update. The traffic update is awesome. I laugh every time I read other people's reviews complaining there is no text to speech. All I can say is that you have some serious issues if you haven't figured out by now that you have to choose the computer voice to activate this feature. What is even worse is the people that complain that there is no lane guidance. WTF??
Come on Tomtom I bought this app for 99.99$ and now I have to pay for traffic live 19.99$ that's not fair!!!! You should give us traffic live for free!!!! Because many people bought this app for 99.99$ and now you decease the price! :-((((
I bought the app a few weeks after it came out and to be honest I felt that I had wasted $100 for a while even after 1.1 and 1.2. I now feel very satisfied with the app and the time/effort tomtom seems to be putting into it.
Traffic is accurate and updates often and even knows about minor bottlenecks
The volume control for the voice instructions is perfect
The auto day/night adjust is perfect
The gps accuracy is impoved while iphone is stand alone and perfect with car kit
The voice instrucions are quite intuitive and as good as any gps I've heard
It needs to be easier to cancel route
It needs to be easier to see the list of instructions
It should say whether destination is on right or left
I want to be able to choose songs... Better iPod controls
Gas prices on map
Auto end route after destination is reached
Better integration with iPhone to allow ANY address in any app to go straight to tomtom
Maps that don't look like they are from 1990...
OVERALL it is a superb app now and I recomend it to anyone!!!
I would recommend just buying a stand alone unit.
Go to Apple/iTunes website. Under support and contact us use the Live Chat. Tell them how the app is a Rip off and they refund you. YES they will.