TomTom, makers of GPS devices and developers of the TomTom GPS app for iOS has updated their apps, bringing full native compatibility with the iPad for the first time ever. Each of TomTom’s more than two dozen GPS apps now include an interface optimized for the iPad’s bigger screen.
The updated app also includes a new release of the company’s mapping software, which has updated roads and points of interest across TomTom’s database. The full-screen display on the iPad shows the app’s driving view as well as advanced lane guidance at the same time, and drivers can switch between views with a single tap from anywhere within the app.
TopTom’s apps are now universal, and owners of the iPhone version can download and install the latest version on both the iPhone and iPad free of charge. TomTom’s app stores all its maps locally on the device, and comes with a one-time cost of $49.99. TomTom has over two dozen version of their app, each tailored to a different country or region, head on over to the App Store to grab the one that’s right for you ($49.99, App Store Link).