Google has released free, turn-by-turn, GPS navigation software for the UK. OK, it's in Beta and it's available for Android phones only, and Google Maps invariably sends you the wrong way the last mile or two. But it's free, free, I tell you. Google Maps Navigation (Beta) requires internet connectivity, which means it probably …
No where are T Mobile with Android 2.0 for the Pulse so I can actually use this?
I have a G2 Touch (HTC Hero) on T-Mobile on their £10 a month unlimited data/unlimited landline 100text/100minute plan.
Got tired of waiting, and rooted the phone last night. Now running "Sense 2.1" unofficial ROM and it seems quite good so far.
Free Music, Free SatNav, Open Platform.
There is not alot going for Apples crappy products these days, when Android do so much more, for less and so much better.
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