Mobile recycling could allow people to use navigation services
22 April 2010 — 11:23 AM
Mobile recycling may be an option worth considering for consumers who would like to explore the UK and Ireland in the coming months.
With the weather improving people may find they are increasingly taking to the road, meaning that a navigation system could be of use.
Google Maps Navigation might be a service that is helpful for users of Android 1.6 devices and higher with internet access.
The Google Mobile Blog states: "Because Google Maps Navigation is connected to the internet, it also features powerful functionality you can't get from other satnav services, including the most up to date map, business and traffic data."
All the familiar features of satnav devices are also present, including 3D views, turn-by-turn voice guidance and automatic rerouting.
The recent Relaxnews report in the Independent suggested younger generations are thought by mobile phone makers to want smaller devices they can easily fit into their pockets.
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