The Navigation By TeleNav app is now available for fre to Verizon Android customers. The Navigation App is somewhat of a stripped down version of the Full Version which will be available for Purchase. The premium version will be available for 50% off until March 31st. By having two versions of the App Telenav is able to cater to the ocassional user of GPS and still offer a full blown feature rich product for those who may want it. For more information on the TeleNav Apps for verizon click here to read the TeleNav Blog post anouncing the Free App.
Telenav also released information it gatthered on peoples GPS using habbits, and for the second year in a row, Walmart tops the list of the most searched business using a GPS device. I personally search for Walmarts and Best Buys all the time, so I am not surprised that Walmart tops the list.
WireFly today announced that customers can now pre-order the HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon Wireless. The Thunderbolt is Verizons first Android powered 4G LTE smartphone and in my opinion is one of the most beautiful android devices from HTC.
It’s similar to the HTC EVO for Sprint as it has a Kick Stand to prop it up when you want to watch video streamed over Verizons fast 4G Network, a large 4.3” touchscreen and 8 megapixel camera. The thunderbolt is also powered by a super fast 1Ghz Snapdragon processor.
The device will run you $199.99 with a 2 year contract and you can pre-order it today at WireFly.com, if you use coupon code “WIREFLY4GB” (exp 3/31/11) you will get a free 4GB microSD card with your purchase.
My contract with Sprint recently expired and I planned to renew with them, but then I saw a commercial for the Blackberry Storm and knew I wanted one. I had gone to my local Verizon Wireless Store but they were out of stock, so I had to order mines online and wait nearly 2 weeks for it to get here, and five days ago it arrived.
Since I have only had the Touch Blackberry Storm a week I can’t really say a lot about it, but it has a lot of features and I am madly in love with it even though it is heavier and a little bulkier that I had expected and am use too.
Recently I reviewed the AAA (Automobile Association of America) GPS software for cell phones which is powered by Networks in Motion. Recently there was an update to the software and I wanted to tell you about it.
This time I have not been testing the AAA version but the Verizon VZ Navigator which is essentially the same thing. I have been testing the updated software for nearly a month and a half on and off due to a lot of travel and forgetting the phone back in NY.