Editors' reviewIn spite of a rather glaring functionality oversight, this iPod-centric program will help get you where you're going for free. The program's interface couldn't be easier to understand; you simply enter your starting point, your destination address, then hit Search. After a few seconds, the program will retrieve text driving directions. You can add them to your iPod by clicking a button, then access them via a text file in the MP3 player's Notes menu item. The biggest problem we found when using iDirectionz is it cannot generate multiple sets of directions at once, which would be handy if you're taking a long road trip with many out-of-the-way stops. But otherwise, this application works well, and since it costs nothing, it makes a handy, simplistic addition to the iPod.
Maps are a great resource if you need to get around an unfamiliar city or wish to plan a long trip. Now, it's possible to do this with a little application called iDirectionz. It allows you to store simple driving directions directly on your iPod for easy viewing.