|Oct 2, 2007, 01:10 AM||#1|
Navizon Refunds and Development Commitment
The makers of Navizon for the iPhone, which provides GPS-like functionality to your iPhone, have updated their blog and stated that
- If you purchased Navizon and cannot run it on the 1.1.1 iPhone, you will get a refund.
- They are still developing for the iPhone and plan a new version shortly (for 1.0.2 iPhones, presumably).
Navizon was previously featured and provided positioning based on a cell-tower and wifi hotspot database. The application is available for 15 days, and costs $24.99 to continue using beyond that.
|Oct 2, 2007, 01:25 AM||#2|
thats really nice of them, all though i think they kinda of have to, I never got it to work properly anyway back before 1.1.1, if it worked i would have bought it asap though
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|Oct 2, 2007, 01:47 AM||#3|
Now if only I can get Apple to refund the rest of my $500
Or at least make an SDK, or even sell a game through iTunes.
Im about to call Apple and be like:
"Um the update bricked my phone"
apple: "i doesnt turn on?"
"No, the gaming machine part doesn't work anymore, now all i can do with it is reload macrumors and check my mail every 5min"
OT: Did anyone ever get this software to work anyway? Nobody I know has had their area mapped.
We can all thank iFuntastic for ruining it for everyone. Damn bricktastic killed more users than a bad batch of dope.
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|Oct 2, 2007, 01:54 AM||#4|
Yes, works great for me... I haven't bought a license yet, but I intend to. (Downgraded to 1.0.2).
And cheers to them offering refunds for 1.1.1 users; its rare to find class acts like this in the technology world!
|Oct 2, 2007, 10:51 AM||#7|
i never got navizon to work either, and i'm in a pretty teeming metropolis (l.a.) so i saw no reason it couldn't find cell or wifi sites to locate. i dumped it from the phone before 1.1.1 anyway.
they should get it to work though, would be very useful.
|Oct 2, 2007, 11:41 AM||#9|
Why by this product?
Why woudl you even think about buying this application when it barley works?
if they could get a better solution or even get a BT GPS receiver to work then yes buy it but WIFI/GPRS GPS is by far worth spending money on.
I used this application and as a freeware/gimmick product sure its perfect but to pay for it. Not a chance in hell....
|Oct 2, 2007, 02:12 PM||#11|
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