Navigon, which has been acquired by Garmin recently, has announced the availability of the new Navigon 2.0 app for iPhone.
Navigon 2.0 for iPhone comes with a fresh look and a new User Interface, and is “the first iPhone navigation app to offer quarterly map updates” (for a one-time fee), as well as the “first iPhone onboard navigation app that separates the app from the maps” – this letting you choose the map regions you want to download (for example, you can download the map of only one state if you want to).
Navigon is offering the new iPhone app for discounted prices until November 30, as follows:
- Navigon 2.0 for iPhone North America: $39.99 instead of $59.99
- Navigon 2.0 for iPhone USA: $29.99 instead of $49.99
- Navigon 2.0 for iPhone Canada: $29.99 instead of $49.99
- Navigon 2.0 for iPhone East, Central or West: $19.99 instead of $29.99
If you’ve already bought a previous version of Navigon for iPhone, the update to version 2.0 is provided at no extra costs. The new app is available as of today via App Store.
An official video promo of Navigon 2.0 for iPhone can be watched below:
Via Press release
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