Navigon updated its self-named app for the iPhone to version 2.1 on Tuesday, adding support for Google Street View for photographic street-level views of their destination. Navigon is a turn-by-turn GPS-based navigation app for the iPhone and iPad.
Navigon for the iPhone
Version 2.1 also added retina display support for the third generation iPad, and improved overall performance. Users can now get Navigon Cockpit as an in-app purchase for viewing speed, G-forge, horizontal and vertical position, altitude and speed as graphs, and more, in a cockpit-like view.
Navigon Cockpit is priced at US$5.99, but is available for $3.99 through July 16.
Navigon USA 2.1 is priced at $29.99 through July 16, then will return to its normal $49.99. For $19.99 users can purchase regional versions of Navigon instead of the full version that includes the entire United States.
The Navigon USA app is available for download at Apple’s iTunes-based App Store.