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Garmin vs TomTom for iPhone Comparison Video - App Review

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Published on Jan 30, 2011

Garmin StreetPilot vs TomTom USA for iPhone/iPod Touch is compared using two iPhone 4's, one with the Magellan Premium Car Kit and the other with the TomTom Car Kit. We test both GPS apps on the road and look at things such as TTS voice guidance and traffic.

Garmin StreetPilot (v6.5.3)
TomTom U.S.A. (v1.6)

Garmin StreetPilot is available in the App Store for $39.99
TomTom U.S.A. is available in the App Store for $49.99

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natsanty uno
TOMTOM IS THE BEST !!!!!
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Robin Lee
I used Garmin for last 3 years, but when IS used TomTom I liked it. Garmin sucks and takes you to your destination from longer routes. What I hate the most about Garmin is when you want to set your address it ask the street or house number first and then the street name which is not the case with TomTom. So I say the Tom Tom is the winner.
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Dave Conrad
Sounds like you need some new struts or something
Denis Munger
I own both. The tom tom has superior text to speech ( very much better in french and spanish). But garmin provides better road trip planning. Tomtom allowed me to tour place i've never been that would have avoided if i could. The lifetime map subcription is a must. Le francais de garmin est si mauvais qu'il est quasiment inutilisable autrement qu'en anglais. Mais en anglais Garmin surpasse TomTom haut la main.
Teresa Haldorson
Thank you for your time and energy to create a side by side comparison. I appreciate your help!
Broder Perdurabo
I've used the Tomtom för many years now, and i realy like it.
Qishi Li
TomTom is the best.
kiltedjohn1000
very imformative but wouldve been better and entertaining with homer simpson voices 
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dchawk81
I use Sygic as my offline solution on Android. It's TomTom based and works rather well but integration with Google services is almost nonexistent. I don't subscribe to traffic updates. Online, I use Waze or Google Maps. They both work really well so far.
kidder lar
Tom tom app downloads maps so don't need constant data , plus it's excellent and well worth paying for
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