Mattie wrote:al_yrpal wrote:Whatever anyone says in two years time I'll bet everyone will carry just a smartphone. They do it all now, but it just takes time for everyone to realise that and take it onboard. Hopefully bike chargers and phone batteries will get better.
You could be right - I notice in today's Sunday Times that there is a "App List" supplement which lists 250 of the best apps available (next week another 250).
On page 17:
Google Earth Navigation - "This could spell the end of the traditional sat-nav."......"Google Maps Navigation is one of the best reasons to own an Android phone."
I read that too. It was wrong because it said there is not automatic rerouting, there is! The other thing that struck me, apart from many errors and glaring omissions was how poor the leading iPhone apps are. If that is all iPhone has got I am very glad I went for Android. It's obviously a case of never mind the quality - feel the width. Tihey have obviously not looked thoroughly at the Android ones. I did install the Google translator though, jolly useful on tour.