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  1. VKitty's Avatar
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    Is there any Navigation apps beside ATT/Sprint navigator.


    Looking for a Turn by Turn one?


    p.s. I did search, but I may have missed something.
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    Nope.

    Leaves us non Sprint, non Verizon users high and dry.
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    The Verizon app is different than the one from Sprint/ATT. Sprint and ATT nav is based on Telenav which I have used for 4 years. Its a great program. I really like that I can load my destination addresses in via the browser my PC and then have the addresses sync'd to my phone when I get in the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swieder View Post
    The Verizon app is different than the one from Sprint/ATT. Sprint and ATT nav is based on Telenav which I have used for 4 years. Its a great program. I really like that I can load my destination addresses in via the browser my PC and then have the addresses sync'd to my phone when I get in the car.

    Ya but it cost


    Thats one things I give the Droid or the iPhone.. free GPS (about the only thing hee)
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    I believe this developer is thinking about try to add this to his webOS application. Perhaps shoot him an e-mail letting him know you'd be interested if you did.
    Sprint|Samsung Epic
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    And you have to have a constant data connection for it to work.

    off line solution would be great... because the few times i actually need navigation... is where i don't have a data signal. Either way thats what a TomTom or garmin is for.
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    On Sprint, it's just part of the package. No extra cost for Sprint users.
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    I love the sprint navigation, but hate how the palm brings up goggle maps most of the time. I have already changed my preferences to sprint nav, but if I click on an adress in my calendar, then it will bring it up in goggle map instead. I know that I can copy and paste the address into sprint nav, but it is a pain. Does anyone have another way around this?

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