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Garmin set to release Bluetooth Heads-up Display for Windows Phone navigation

Garmin set to release Bluetooth Heads-up Display for Windows Phone navigation

George Ponder 50

Garmin has announced the release of heads-up display (HUD) that connects to your Windows Phone via Bluetooth. The HUD unit will project navigation information on to your windshield.  This will help increase safety and reduce driver distraction when using your Windows Phone as a navigational tool.  By projecting the navigational information in the driver's line of sight, it keeps their...

Go To for Windows Phone 8 gets updated, adds new voice commands and UI makeover

Go To for Windows Phone 8 gets updated, adds new voice commands and UI makeover

George Ponder 6

Go To is a navigation app for our Windows Phone 8 where you look up destinations and create voice commands to generate travel directions to that particular address. It makes retrieving saved destinations rather simple. Go To was updated today to version 2.0 that includes a few new voice commands and a user interface makeover. New voice commands allows you to initiated searches by saying...

Official MapQuest App, a simple navigation alternative, now available for Windows Phone 8

Official MapQuest App, a simple navigation alternative, now available for Windows Phone 8

George Ponder 48

MapQuest is no secret to mapping things out and has thrown it's name on to the Windows Phone Store shelves. The Windows Phone 8 app has voice-guided navigation, real-time traffic conditions, the ability to hunt down restaurants, and a lot more. I can remember when MapQuest was the go-to website for looking up addresses and the MapQuest Windows Phone app makes a rather nice first...

I'm Here: Share your location fast and seamlessly with this modern Windows Phone 8 app

I'm Here: Share your location fast and seamlessly with this modern Windows Phone 8 app

Sam Sabri 54

Windows Phone is a platform where you can do a lot out of the box without needing a lot of apps. Compared to iOS and Android it could be argued the basic experience is better in many aspects. It’s jam packed with features and you don’t need to open the Store to get apps to do get things done. Sometimes a built in feature is good, but can easily be improved. I’m Here is an app that helps...