iNav is expected to start sending out emails to its existing customers in August, announcing the upcoming version 2011 of iGuidance navigation software. This version, which will internally be known as v.4.2, will include new map data and a couple of new features.
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Also iGuidance 2009 was "only" v.4.1. Let's just wait and see what exactly the "couple of new features" are. I do not know at this point, I haven't seen it yet.
There may be a different forum for the pocket pc / win mobile smartphone, but, I can't find it, so I'll ask here - Is there an update, or at least updated maps for the pocket pc in the works?
Hi fflmbr, and welcome to the forums. iNav hopes to be able to give info about the PacketPC version by the end of July.
I emailed them about 2 months ago about their next release because I'm ready to buy and didn't want to buy 2009 if they had a new version coming out.
Basically, 2011 (or 4.2) has some bug fixes and new maps. Nothing really new according to them. They also hoped to adjust pricing to be more competitive with the other products in their segment.
Hopefully this means a cheaper version that will be kinder on the wallet.
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On Monday, existing customers will likely start receiving email from iNav announcing the new version. I will take some screen shots, and post as soon as I can. But I don't think much (if anything) has changed, as far as the user interface. What did change is the map data, which is now the freshest © 2010 Navteq, the routing algo improved, new route optimization feature (manual), new male guidance voice option. Info was just posted in the iGuidance 2011 review, and more info will likely be added there tomorrow and/or over the weekend.