i use google traffic. It has a stop light sign for the icon. It's way better than my tomtom. Came up to a closed hw the other night and the google traffic already knew about it and showed the alt. rout.
Last edited by thehogsters; 12-24-2011 at 08:39 AM.
male to male 1/8 stereo plug cable. walmart or radioshack is probably the best places to find one if you don't order it online. It does require that your car stereo have a aux. input to plug the other end into though so don't bother getting one if it doesn't.
Google Nav is one of my favorite parts of android! Great for when you are in a pinch, e.g. in a new city with a cab driver who doesn't know where you want to go lol!
Also, I'm wondering why they didn't tell you that you had a GPS app built in to Android?!
Last edited by bmkdroid; 12-24-2011 at 10:23 AM.
I was having problems having Navigator speak the directions. How do I go about doing that? Also my GNex is bluetoothed to my radio. Is there a way to have the directions spoken thru the car speakers?
Personally, with my commute in the morning (Chicago), I travel all over the city here based on who the client is I am seeing that day. I've determined that the traffic info Google provides is *at least* 15min behind the actual traffic here. Bing, unfortunately, seems to be right on top of it though and is usually more accurate. This obviously has nothing to do with Android, and just Google as a whole.