What with all the new devices being launched at IFA (including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2), suckas act like they forgot about TomTom. Er, us being suckas.
TomTom has of course been available for the iPhone and iPad for a while, and the navigation peeps popped up in Berlin to preview TomTom for Android.
The TomTom Android app will apparently incorporate navigation, map, and traffic goodness. Good stuff.
"We aim to make TomTom content and services available to as many devices and platforms as we can," purred Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director at TomTom. "Bringing TomTom navigation to Android smartphones is, therefore, a significant milestone for us."
A further statement adds: "TomTom's on-board maps, IQ Routes and HD Traffic will give Android users the freshest map, the fastest routes and the most accurate arrival times. The application is set for release in October 2012.”
More details on price and requirements for the TomTom Android app will follow in due course. The TomTom iOS app is £49.99, and is compatible with iDevices rocking iOS 4 or above. Just saying.