05-18-2011 08:17:22 AM
My new version of AT&T Navigator version 2.2.1015 is much faster and acquires GPS much faster. But one problem is that now my emails have random segments of the body of text that are blue highlighted as if they were huge hyperlinks. If I click on these text segments, it opens AT&T Navigator thinking that the text is an address that AT&T Nav is supposed to find. Not a problem until you try to do a copy paste for some other reason and this hyperlink highlighting interferes with that. In other words, AT&T Nav is apparently looking for text that looks like a street address to hyperlink from, but it's finding a lot more than just street addresses--in one case an entire paragraph.
05-30-2011 02:30:51 PM - edited 05-30-2011 02:40:48 PM
Use google maps & navigation. It's free and reliable. Mapquest also has a voice navigator. Why pay $10 a month if you can get it for free? Editing to add, I forget not everyone does android. Wisepilot has voice navigation and I used that last summer when I went from Mississippi to Wisconsin and back. It did very well actually. I checked and you can use it on most blackberries and other smart phones. It's trial version is freee and then $5 a month. Cheaper than AT&T navigator