Good news Android users, if you weren’t fully satisfied with the navigational capabilities of Google Maps and wanted something a bit more “robust”, well you might be happy to learn that TomTom has officially landed in the Google Play store. It will cost the same as its iOS counterpart, although right now TomTom has priced it $10 cheaper which means that Android users can expect to fork out $49.99 for it – an introductory price so you best be quick! We admit it is pretty pricey as far as apps are concerned, but we’re sure that there users out there who wouldn’t mind spending that kind of money.


However it should be noted that TomTom for Android will not be compatible with all Android devices out there. For example it seems that some higher-end Android devices were not listed as supported and this includes the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 7, the HTC One X, the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note.  We assume that more device compatibility will be added to the mix in the future. Not all of the features found on its iOS version will make it into the Android version – at least not in this version – which includes the Foursquare integration. Either way the core features will still be there so pop on over to the Google Play store for the download!

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