All About The Top 5 GPS Apps For iPhone

All About The Top 5 GPS Apps For iPhone-Mobile phone recyclingAll About The Top 5 GPS Apps For iPhone Your Apple iPhone is a great piece of technology that doesn’t just allow you to make phone calls, search on the internet, watch video and stay in touch with friends and family through social networking sites but it’s also replacing the need to carry around other gadgets too. Not so long ago, if you liked taking photographs or videos, you’d have also been carrying around a digital camera on family trips or nights out with friends but because the quality of your iPhone camera is so great, there’s now no need to. The next piece of gadgetry that the iPhone is gradually making obsolete is the in-car sat-nav as you can now download iPhone apps from the same manufacturers to let your iPhone become your sat-nav. There is a range of these available to download onto your iPhone and here are five of the best.

The Tom Tom app for your iPhone 3G is available to download from the iTunes App Store for £57.99 which provides maps for both the United Kingdom and Ireland and although quite expensive, this proves that you really do get what you pay for. It has a clear display which you’ll find easy to navigate from and unlike some of its competitors; it’s reliable and accurate with the added benefit of speed camera detection.

In terms of in car sat-navs, Garmin is another popular choice and it has the StreetPilot United Kingdom and Ireland app which is available to download for £49.99. This app can be voice controlled and again includes safety camera detection along with a whole range of features.

If you’d like to look at GPS app that’s available to download and pay for on a subscription basis so that you haven’t got the expense of one big fee at the time of download, it’s worth taking a look at the GPS by TeleNav app. This is available to buy for either $9.99 per year or $2.99 per month.

At the cheaper end of the GPS app spectrum is the MotionX GPS Drive app which will cost you just 99p for its initial download with further optional upgrades available to buy separately. The price of some of its competitors prohibit non frequent travellers from downloading a GPS app but the low price of this one has helped create a large following with many claiming that this is one of the best GPS apps.

So we’ve started at the most expensive and worked our way to the cheapest option, so the final recommendation is for the Waze app which can be downloaded for free. There is a growing following for this app and new features are being added all the time, including being able to find the cheapest local petrol station.

If you like the idea of buying a GPS app for your iPhone or if you’re trying to save up to buy a new iPhone 5 when its launched, why not take a look at mobile recycling as a way to raise cash for mobile technology you no longer use.

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