As you may have heard, at CeBIT 2010 in Hanover Nav N Go introduced their new navigation software called iGO primo. We have already mentioned iGO primo before, but as it is not yet available, we had to rely on promotion materials and videos.
I was lucky enough to have been offered a test copy of the new software and now, with the approval of Nav N Go, I can show some unique screenshots to you. You won’t find these anywhere else on the internet – these were not copied from a promotion leaflet but are actual screenshots from the copy of the software I have been testing lately.
Well, let’s fire up the new iGO primo:
Route settings can be fine-tuned:
It is easy to plan a new route with the Search feature:
As seen from the screenshots below there are traffic signs and a lane assistant to help us in all phases of the route. iGO primo is the first navigation software to feature Hungarian Text-To-Speech (TTS), which means the navigation device actually says the name of the street you are turning into.
Round-abouts are easy to navigate:
There are visible and audible speed camera warnings:
You can review your route and have a choice of four different route planning methods:
TMC infos are grouped into various categories and are clearly displayed. The size of TMC icons is just perfect.
Settings are easy to manage and everything is customisable:
iGO primo is expected to hit the shelves mid-May and will be sold in wholesale chains first, pre-installed on Navon devices. In the next part I will talk about iGO primo’s new features aimed at truck drivers.