Indeed, while they felt that the software scored well in major categories like ease of use, routing, map quality and accuracy, the value factor struck a major blow to the final verdict. After all, it's hard to justify spending $10 a month, $99 a year or $249 for four years on a service for your phone when quality, dedicated GPS devices can be had for under $200. Still, if portability is a major issue for you, KickingTires is calling the Android TeleNav "the best turn-by-turn navigation system for a mobile phone available to date." And it will be available on more and more Android devices in the near future. [Kicking Tires]
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