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I tried to find what maps were available, but could only find "over 100 countries."
Thanks for the info.....I'll check it out.
It is available for android too. There is a link to http://tomtom.com/19212 that gives you the country list. You have to click on maps in the middle of the page to get the list.
No 50 mile stuff, either.
I needed to get the European map anyway, so I decided to try the TomTom Go app. I downloaded the US and Europe maps just before taking a trip to Europe. I was favorably impressed with both the maps and the app. The display is not as customizable as my GO920 or VIA1535TM, but it is still very usable. I managed to figure out how to alternate time and distance remaining, which I find useful. I was not driving in a high traffic area, so I did not observe its rerouting ability, although I could see some traffic on the display when driving through a city.
The routes chosen were good and what I've come to expect from TomTom. The turns were easy to see and (until I turned it off) the voice commands were timely and accurate. I rarely listen to the voice prompts with my GPSrs.
Since I already had the TomTom app, I get three years of service before I have to pay, so it was a good deal for me.
You can select to automatically change units, e. g., kilometers or miles depending upon your location.
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