navigon ipad

The Navigon MobileNavigator app has just been announced to be customized for the iPad in its latest version, 1.7. Apart from the long awaited universal iPad integration, other features such as Zagat Survey, Active Lane Assistant, Map Reporter, enhanced Retina Display support and new user notifications have been thrown into the mix as well. There will also be a range of free single-feature apps for the iPhone come next year, and with help2park launching today, it’s name alone suggests that this app will do its bit in helping you find a parking space around you without burning too much gas going round and round in circles during peak hours in the city. All MobileNavigator US MyRegion apps should be able to see the update already, with USA and North America versions to “follow soon.” The Zagat add-on will retail for $7.99 (at the moment, it is on sale for $5.99), while Traffic Live is going for $19.99 with the Panorama View 3D tacks costing you another $9.99. Time to empower your iPad, perhaps? [Press Release]

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