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Cell Phone GPS Navigation Is Gaining Traction

I was just reading an article on GigaOM detailing the grown of cell phone navigation. It turns out that ComScore has released data showing that more and more mobile users are utilizing mapping features on their cellphones. I know I use Google Maps regularly and have a few friends who are die hard TeleNav fans. These tools have saved me quite a few times when I was hopelessly lost.


The problem with current navigation is that the price is a bit too high for casual users. If you use TeleNav every day it is worth $10. On the other hand if you don’t you would probably be better off just purchasing a $150-200 standalone GPS with a much more intuitive touchscreen.

If your interested in seeing how mobile navigation is taking off check out the press release on ComScore and the analysis by Stacy on GigaOM.

3 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. ‘a bit to high’?
    You mean ‘too’ high. Go back to school.

  2. Thanks for catching that. Sarcasm make you feel better about yourself?

  3. LOL. That wasn’t even sarcasm.

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