Location technology company TomTom is making its free AmiGO navigation service available on Android Auto.
The company explains that this means that drivers with an Android device are now able to interact with TomTom AmiGO on their vehicle’s (Android Auto-compatible) infotainment screen.
Users report and share incident details, receive routing and guidance, and real-time warnings for speed cameras, traffic jams and blocked and closed roads.
“There are three things that our community of drivers will love about our navigation app AmiGO: it’s free, has a beautifully clean design with zero ads, and drivers can help each other out by tapping the app when they spot a jam or speed cam,” commented Mike Schoofs, Managing Director, TomTom Consumer. “TomTom AmiGO’s compatibility with Android Auto now allows more drivers to get to where they need to go, faster and safer.”
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