New poster, but I've been reading a while and benefiting from the info on this site. So now is my time to share- learn from my mistake Here's a heads up to anyone looking at Navigon for Android in the US. I purchased the full version. Spent nearly an hour (via wifi) downloading the maps. Answered the questions, verified the settings, walked outside to get a good GPS signal, disabled my security (just in case), and... Was SEVERELY DISAPPOINTED!!! Here's the lowdown. 1. 2D maps look like circa 1990's line drawings 2. Very few street names are displayed. Even though the route shows the name of the road, you can scroll through several pages of the map and never see that road labeled. 3. No way to increase the level of detail on a map (ie add street names) 4. TINY little squares approx 1/4" are used to toggle options when in navigation mode (useless!) 5. No touch for street, location or other info 6. Pinch zoom erratic and nearly impossible to accurately zoom a location. It does some sort of jumpy screen refresh when zooming 7. When attempting to view a map for a destination, it uses nearly 1/2 the screen to PERMANENTLY display your destination and reduces your map to a very small portion of the screen. This makes it pretty much useless to use the map section. 8. Some weird, unauthorized camera activation when closing the application, too? I don't know what their "reality check" option is, but I'm guessing it takes pics of your route and does...(I don't know what) with it? Marketplace defaults to a "refund within 15 minutes" policy, but it takes nearly an hour to download! So I've sent emails to the company via google checkout and their website. There is NO PHONE NUMBER for the company. Bottom line? Skip this program. I don't mind paying for a quality application. I really want an offline GPS application, as we lose cellular in the mountains here quite often. I don't know how the European version of this software is, but this US version isn't something I'd keep, even if it were FREE! I don't need to speed more time being distracted by ineffective GPS software. I'm going to try CoPilot, maybe it's better? - DD PS- I posted this on the end of an old thread, but didn't want anyone to miss it, so started a new thread.