13
Oct
Nav4All
Written by Rick   
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 20:59

Tags: andnav2 , android , blackberry , mobile , nav4all , navteq , sygic , windows

Nav4All

Nav4All

Nav4All is a free Turn-by-Turn navigation system, just like AndNav2, it uses continues internet connection to refresh its map. Nav4All uses the maps of NAVTEQ and is available for Android, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry. There are 56 languages and 101 voices that can be installed so the most languages are included.

Nav4All is a lightweight application which is pretty quick in use. The routes are planned nice and the most optimal. It also uses the internal GPS antenna, if the phone has one, or it will use a external. You can manage favorites like in any other navigation app, like Sygic or AndNav2.

Features

  • Real-time directions (can also be a consequence...)
  • Point of Interest
  • 'Where am I?'
  • Plan your trip from start to end
  • Uses the NAVTEQ map sources (updated once a week)
  • Compass

Screenshots (Screenshots are Dutch)

Main menu

Main menu

Settings

Settings

Directions

Directions

Routelist

Routelist


More information

Download url: http://nav4all.com/install/
Developed by: Nav4All BV
Tested on a: HTC Hero
Android version: 1.5 (should work on Android 1.6)