The other day we reported the news that NAVIGON is bringing their navigation app to the Windows Phone platform. Now we get to see a sneak peak of the NAVIGON app in action courtesy of the IFA 2011 consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany.
The app looks feature rich and just down right nice. NAVIGON's features include on-board maps, spoken turn-by-turn directions, visual lane guidance, live traffic information, automatic rerouting, and Reality Scanner, which provides an instant and effortless way of identifying nearby destinations while on foot.
Pricing for NAVIGON is being reported at $79.99 Euros (about $114). While the price may give you pause, in looking at the iPhone equivalent, NAVIGON for Europe runs $119 while NAVIGON for the US runs $49.99 with regional versions running $29.99. So the pricing point is in line with NAVIGON's other platforms.
No specifics on a release date beyond what we already know which is "later this year".