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TeleNav, Navigon and TomTom considered as the best navigation apps for apple iphone. I want to know which one's better?

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Gizmodo.com made the very same comparison. Navigon got the highest score. It has the best wide screen user interface. For the complete review go to :http://gizmodo.com/5343981/the-best-iphone-navigation-app-telenav-vs-navigon-vs-tomtom

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