Monday, October 4, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 02:00 AM
"The new AT&T Navigator v1.7i is probably one of the most significant updates in some time for the application. AT&T has improved the overall map graphics, enhanced the 3D framerate performance, utilizes iOS 4 multitasking, warns for traffic cameras, added a battery saving feature, provides lane guidance, and integrated speech recognition."
Of course, as you can see from the above information, it was updated to do more than just help you avoid the traffic cams. Pretty significant updates to this service from AT&T, including the voice recognition which is, according to them, the first of it's kind in any iPhone GPS application. Pretty cool, as you can search for various things simply by tapping on the microphone at the bottom and talking to your iPhone. The app itself is free [link], but you have to pay a subscription fee (monthly $9.99 USD or yearly $69.99 USD).