Google Navigation Change

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  1. Champers

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    Did anyone else notice that you can have navigation up without typing in a destination first, now? (not sure when that got added)

    Now the Droid can truly replace a standalone GPS!
     
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    Really? Like in the 3D mode? How?
     
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    It's been like this for a while. With live traffic, that is pretty accurate most of the time, it's now the only way I use Nav since I usually drive familiar routes. I used to just use maps, but the 3D view is much better.
     
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    Its been like that for about a month or so. Very nice feature.
     
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    How do you get it in 3D mode??
     
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    Click the Navigation icon and then press this button

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    thanks brah
     
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