Good news Android users, if you’re looking for an alternative sat nav app for your mobile device, it looks like TomTom might have something in store for you. The company has recently announced that its sat nav apps will be making their way onto Android devices, although details such as pricing and availability and compatibility will only be announced at IFA 2012, although a rough time frame in October has been given for its release. According to the company, “TomTom’s on-board maps, IQ Routes and HD Traffic will give Android users the freshest map, the fastest routes and the most accurate arrival times. The application is set for release in October 2012.” In any case we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for additional information, so if you like the idea of TomTom acting as your sat nav on your mobile phone while you drive, check back with us at a later date for the details.


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