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    best GPS software

    I am looking for a GPS software that actually tells you where you are (using a GPS antenna) and directions to a destination from where you are. Also it needs to tell the directions (for example: it will say "go left at main st." or something like that) also it must be a reasonable price. How is iNav compared to iGuidance and the others out there.

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    iGuidance is made by iNav And iGuidance does that for you. Wait for v2.1.

    Map Monkey does this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    iGuidance is made by iNav And iGuidance does that for you. Wait for v2.1.

    Map Monkey does this too.
    What doesn't do this for you?

    I would check out the GPS forum. There is a lot of information on this topic there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady
    What doesn't do this for you?
    Microsoft MapMoint. Microsoft Streets and Tips. The delorme package sux for 7" screens. Shall I go on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Microsoft MapMoint. Microsoft Streets and Tips. The delorme package sux for 7" screens. Shall I go on?
    I wasn't being literal but if you want to get defensive about it go ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady
    I wasn't being literal but if you want to get defensive about it go ahead.
    I'm not defensive about it...

    I was just pointing otu to the n00b that not ALL GPS software does what he wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    I'm not defensive about it...

    I was just pointing otu to the n00b that not ALL GPS software does what he wants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    iGuidance is made by iNav And iGuidance does that for you. Wait for v2.1.

    Map Monkey does this too.
    How much will v2.1 be? I'm looking for a gps software. It will be my first one, so i want something that is easy to use and semi cheap. Nothing over ~$100.

    What do ya'll suggest?

    Sorry for thread hijacking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by themolt
    How much will v2.1 be? I'm looking for a gps software. It will be my first one, so i want something that is easy to use and semi cheap. Nothing over ~$100.

    What do ya'll suggest?

    Sorry for thread hijacking.
    I beleive its going to be $99

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