If you have iPhone 3.0 OS on your iPhone and use AT&T you can download the free AT&T Navigator: GPS navigation app for the iPhone which charges you a monthly fee of $10 on your AT&T bill. The app is the familiar TeleNav application ported over for the iPhone with pretty much the same look and feel.
AT&T Navigator, powered by TeleNav for iPhone gives you voice turn-by-turn directions on the road, and re-directs you on the fly if you make a wrong turn. AT&T Navigator is AT&T’s best selling app now available for the iPhone 3G and 3G S. Features include:
– Full-color 3D moving maps
– Address speech recognition
– Automatic reroute if a turn is missed
– Business finder with over 10 million listings and ratings
– Daily gas prices
– Search along route
– Traffic alerts with one-touch rerouting
– Map, traffic and route summary views
– Online trip pre-planning
– Map and business listings updated automatically
Here is a video demo of the AT&T Navigator app on the iPhone 3GS
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So, is it free or not?? This description started out saying it was free, then the curveball came by way of mentioning GPS navigation app for the iPhone which charges you a monthly fee of $10 on your AT&T bill. Them switches back saying The app is the familiar TeleNav application ported over for the iPhone with pretty much the same look and feel. So is it a watered down clone and us users who previously were charged got our asses ripped off?? Hope not!Posted on July 19th, 2010 at 6:17 am by Dr. Dick Hertz, PHD
@Dr Free to download, $10/month to usePosted on July 19th, 2010 at 8:43 am by Joe Seifi