TomTom has released its first Android app. The company is no more meant only to serve Apple phones. But the release has left many disappointed around the glob as the app is compatible only with WVGA screen resolution. That means proud owners of the latest high-end smartphones like Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, Galaxy S III won’t get supported by the new app.
The new app includes full offline support and a lifetime free usage. The app is available currently at Google Play for customers in North America, Europe, the UK, Ireland and other regions too. Packed with features, the app has offline driving directions, 2D, 3D maps and voice guidance.
All you need to do is to spare too much space in your gadget to save the app. The reason is local storing of all maps. The app includes live traffic information and location of traffic cameras and will help you out of many penalties.
The app supports turn by turn guidance and while providing guidance it also calls out street names.
But no one can understand why the developer has avoided high end smart phones. But to users it reassures that it is committed to support higher resolutions on an ongoing basis. But who knows when will it happen. You can pick the app for 33.99 euros.