After learning that Hungarian company Nav N Go received 1 million euros in funding from the EU, the same firm announced the new version of the iGO software for iPhone today. We’re talking about iGO My Way 2010, that can be downloaded from here and goes for 79.99 EUR.


The iPhone nav software upgrade brings speed camera positioning among others and updated maps. Aside from this, iGO My Way 2010 supports multitasking and live traffic updates. It runs on iOS 4.x and it provides an online service with updates concerning traffic jams and other vital info while on the road.

Optimal travel routes will also be suggested and a database of speed cameras will be included in the latest Nav N Go. What we really like about the software is that it still keeps guiding the user via voice indications, even if you enter another iPhone app).

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