TomTom just released its Android navigation app on Google Play to the robot-toting hordes, some three years after its iOS version debuted. Unfortunately, quite a number of newer smartphones, like the Galaxy S III, aren’t yet compatible, due to a current resolution limitation of 800 or 854 x 480 (WVGA or FWVGA). That didn’t deter us from wanting to take it for a spin anyway, so we took our old Galaxy S out of mothballs — and there’s no place better to sample a GPS maker’s wares than rural France, which has endless tiny tracks criss-crossing the countryside. To see how we made out, head past the break for the rest of the story.
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