So are you planning on using the new turn by turn directions/maps instead of whatever you were planning? Seems it would be easier integrated and you have siri, and would certainly be cheaper (aka free). Only problem is that they're not offline (yet). Hopefully they'll change that since google maps has just done that.
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So, I need help... I need a name. I've been trying to come up with something that will cover more than just cars, as I can see this working in more places than just cars.
Give me some ideas and in a week we'll see what we've come up with and then I'll choose a few I like, then do a vote.
aychamo - I promise you it will come out, but when I'm a FT iOS developer and a husband, I don't get as much extra time to work on this project, but when I do, its focused and well tested.
Haha. Man, I just don't think you have any app at all. Two years and you've posted one mockup. No one is going to stela your ideas, because no one is developing "front end" apps for the iPad. It's a unnecessary tool. It's a dead end.
Well I wouldn't say no one is developing a "front end" app... I'm working on something myself. If all goes as planned it will turn out pretty BA but not something I'll be able to distribute via the app store. As of now I'm really new to iOS development but I've got a good library of books stacking up and huge desire to have something cool to stick in my car. I'm going for much less of a mainstream app for personal use. I've started a build log @ http://lindipad.blogspot.com/ I plan to post all the code there for both the app and the assembly code for the picmicro. Along with fairly detailed directions to my approach so anyone with time and some basic know how can replicate for their own use.
I'm guessing he thinks that (and I agree) because the iPad is structured in such a way that ease of use is not a problem, so no front end is needed. It essentially already looks/feels the same as a frontend would anyway.