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    Quote Originally Posted by ncamara
    CoPilot is great on a 7" screen for navigation. The only thing that sucks about it is that it can't be embedded into programs. If you can, tell me how to do it.
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    I use iGuidance 2.0 with a touchscreen and it's pretty good. I also have been trying out Ninja Monkey's D3 front end and it's pretty good as well. You won't go wrong with either IMO.

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    Great info guys....I was looking for the same answers
    Which is the cheapest though? (tight on money right now )
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyN
    D3 frontend from Ninja Monkey is made for car use...
    So, the pocketPC version of Destinator3 works with Ninja Monkey's front end? From Destinator's website, it appears that D3 is only PocketPC. Is it wrong?
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    Yes, it uses Destinator maps and the develper tools made by destinator, and is a native PC application... for carputers.... doesnt require pocketpc

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    I use iGuidance now. Converted from SA 2005. I love it.

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    I use NAVIPC 4.0 and it works great

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    I usually use AutoRoute 66 for his high precision, I can see every little streets with civics number,and a lot of particular around..

    But this program don't have Voice and don't recalculate the route,if I change way.

    Which is the best gps program with this Features?

    Is it possible to use tom tom navigator with a normal pc?
    It's very cool..

    Sorry for my bad english..

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