While Google Maps is obviously one of the first apps that comes to mind when we talk about Android navigation, the folks from Garmin aren’t slowing down anytime soon. Today they’ve just announced some exciting news for their Android apps, including a much needed price cut. Both of their popular apps are now 25% off and we have all the details below.
While this is all about Android they’ve also lowered the price for that other smartphone brand too. Anyone looking to get Garmin’s apps for mobile will be happy to see the price decrease. Garmin StreetPilot Onboard for iPhone and NAVIGON for both iOS and Android is looking a little better right about now.
At the same time StreetPilot has teamed up with Glypse and has tons of new features with the latest update. Share locations, arrival times and much more has been included. That isn’t all either, they’ve also integrated Foursquare for those who love check-ins. You’ll be able to navigate to a destination, and easy check-in once you arrive all in app for a quick and seamless experience.
Garmin’s NAVIGON for Android got a nice little price drop, although we’re still not sure how much this will help sales at the moment. NAVIGON Android USA: $39.95 instead of $49.95 and for North America it will be $44.95 instead of $59.95. Still pretty steep if you ask us. For those who love Garmin get it today from the Google Play Store.
- Garmin and Asus stop co-branded phones, but keep working together
- ASUS grab Garmin app exclusive on Android
- Garmin launches its first fitness app for Android
- CoPilot GPS navigation app goes free for Android
- Google Maps Navigation gets a green light in Mexico
- TomTom Navigation app gets support for more than 200 more devices
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Garmin GPS Navigation gets price cut and Foursquare integration