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AT&T Navigator for iPhone updated

Mel Martin

Not wanting to feel left out of the festival of updates for GPS apps, AT&T has given AT&T Navigator [iTunes link] some new features that are sure to please people who use the app.

Here's what's new:

  • Full landscape view integration
  • Enhanced iPod controls with the ability to search through your songs, artists, etc. from within the app
  • Inclusion of AT&T Wi-Fi Hotspots in the POI listings
  • Seamless blending of navigation prompts and music for easy listening
The app itself is free, but you have to sign up for a U.S. $9.99/month subscription or get a $69.99 annual subscription. You can see some more details on the upgrade and watch a video of the Navigator in action here.

One nice feature of the app is you can just sign up for a month to take you through holiday travel, and then drop your subscription. Unlike many of the GPS apps for the iPhone, this app requires a cellular signal, because all the maps and info are streamed in over the network.

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