TomTom, the famous Dutch company known for its premier navigation products, made good on its promise and released its renowned offline navigation program on Android.
As expected from TomTom, the navigation app is gorgeous. The interface is user-friendly, makes use of live traffic data, detailed maps and multi-stop routing that’s comparable to the company’s renowned navigation hardware. Plus the maps are stored offline so it can still be used when traveling abroad or despite the lack of a signal.
According to the company, the app can run on Android 2.2 or higher that has a resolution of 800 x 480 or 854 x 480. The TomTom Map application is currently available for $50 for maps of the Bahrain & some Gulf Countries, but it would require a storage space of 2.3GB.