Basically, I'd like to use the GPS part of my phone without paying to use the TeleNav software. I was wondering if TeleNav is simply just software you pay for that takes advantage of your GPS, or if you had to pay for it to activate your GPS at all. If I can use GPS without having to pay to do it, how do I do it? What programs would you suggest?
Don't suggest Google Maps though. I downloaded the newest version and all it did was lock up my phone. The earlier version works, but it doesn't have the My Location feature.
I too am interested, I just got a Curve 8310, love it and has the built in gps. I've been doing some searching on the net for a gps app for my curve. I'm a veteran user of Garmin gps units and noticed that Garmin has an app out for Blackberry, this would be awesome.
The question I have is this, I don't have a data plan for my Blackberry, just the unlimited email plan from Rogers. I like to download the trial from the Garmin site but it requires that I have internet access. Would have loved to test the trial and see how well it works. For me to use any gps software with the curve, there is no need for a dataplan correct? I know with google maps you need net access so that's out of the question for me.
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