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2013-02-11 08:20

FINDING YOUR WAY: TomTom launched its latest version of Iphone and Ipad apps, which allows customers to save their personal app data – such as recent destinations.

Johannesburg – TomTom launched the latest version of its navigation app for iPhone, iPad and iPad mini. With the update, customers can now save their personal app data – such as recent destinations and favourite POIs – in the cloud. This means that when they update their app in the future, they won’t lose any of their settings.

With the new update, the app automatically backs your settings up to iCloud. If drivers have multiple devices each device settings is backed up separately.

UP-TO-DATE VERSION

In addition, customers will get a new, up-to-date version of their map as part of the Free Lifetime Maps service. This ensures that its customers always drive with the most accurate routing.

The navigation app for iPhone, iPad and iPad mini v1.13 is available to download now from the Apple App Store. Customers already using the app can update it for free.





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