"ToGo!" is a navigation system with complete maps that works without an internet connection!
"ToGo!" is based on data derived from ""OpenStreetMaps"" (www.openstreetmaps.org) and will be constantly updated.
-Option for dynamic re-routing
-Textual notification when in background
-Compatible with iPhone 4S and later; can also be used on all iPads with integrated GPS module
-Optimized for Retina and Retina HD displays
-FREE future updates of map
-Map rendered in OpenGL ES 2.0 on all devices for reduced battery consumption and greater ease of use
-Optional 3D display of buildings
-Choice of male or female voice
-Database of points of interest from www.openstreetmaps.org, including more than 120 types of POI
-Is possible to find point of interest close to a destination
-Support for turn restrictions, house numbers, buildings from www.openstreetmaps.org
-Support for multitasking: navigation voice will continue to work when other apps are in use or when screen is locked
-Choice of three different types of routes: faster / shorter, LTZ and toll roads
-Saved history for last 20 destinations
-Route profile in real time
-Automatic recalculation of routes
-Auto-rotate display mode Horizontal / Vertical
-One-click error reporting for map
-Variety of color sets for map
-Map derived from www.openstreetmaps.org, completely offline and updated free of charge at regular intervals.
*** WARNING ABOUT MAPS ***
- "ToGo!" is based on map data from www.openstreetmap.org: an open-source project that aims to map all the world with the help of people like you. There may occasionally be errors, discrepancies or even small areas not mapped; please signal using the appropriate tool in-app, or better yet, subscribe to www.openstreetmap.org and make the necessary corrections to the maps! In this way, in future FREE updates of "ToGo!" quality of the maps will always be better!
*** REQUIREMENTS AND DISCLAIMER ***
-Continuous use of GPS in the background can significantly reduce battery life.
-"ToGo!" requires a GPS receiver integrated into the device