After the iPhone got a ton of navi software released immediately after the OS 3.0 popped up, it’s time for Android handsets to fool around with such apps. This time, we’re dealing with Telenav GPS Navigator, just made available on T-Mobile myTouch 3G and shown in action below:


We remind you that T-Mobile myTouch 3G went on sale yesterday and this turn-by-turn navigation system will be among the first available on this Android device. You’ll benefit from a free trial and the offer just started yesterday, but afterwards, you’ll to pay $10 per month for the service.

Telenav GPS Navigator comes with full color 3D dynamic maps, voice commands, plus tons of extra options, from traffic and incident re-routing to the best points of interest, gas prices and weather updates. There’s even the option of setting the screen colors to nightime mode, in order to protect your eyes.

[via Crunchgear]

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