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Finally, TomTom for all Android smartphones - JIAYU G3 mtk6577. Available in fact a new app (as amended) which makes the navigation software compatible with over 200 devices based on the operating system backed by Google. It puts an end to the problems of the first edition appeared in October in which the Dutch company began a catch up on the front of gps navigation with your smartphone. TomTom fact for too long offered only for iOs app after leaving years ago the ancient world of Windows Mobile.

The update to the new JPA TomTom for Android version 1.1 (available on Google Play JIAYU G1) now make fully operational the newer models like the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the HTC Google Nexus One X and 4. The App is also compatible on most Android tablet.

The update is free for owners of the first version, but the complete package is sold in the form of apps for the price of 35 euro - JIAYU G2S. With the Android app are guaranteed free maps for life, and other features such as HD Traffic, which suggests the best route in case of traffic and a map of the fixed speed cameras are for sale, as always app separately.

The new new edition is optimized for use on all Smartphone with a resolution of 800x480 pixels and 1280x800 pixels. The maps will be downloadable without interruption even when the user is using the app in the background and also the map update is the default tab Sd of the device, freeing up space on your smartphone or tablet.

It is important, however, to use (especially abroad) maps off-line so as not to give money to wholesale customers.

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