Germany navigation firm
Navigon's



turn-by-turn app for Android


has been available in some European countries for much of the year, but it's hitting the US for the first time this week. Major features include the so-called "Reality Scanner," Navigon's take on augmented reality, lane-level navigation, a database of speed and red light cameras (seriously, don't go through red lights, okay?), and "MyRoutes," offering you a selection of up to three routes to your destination based on your driving habits. It's available in the Android Market starting today; Navigon's running a two-week special for $39.99, after which it'll go up to $59.99. Follow the break for the full press release.
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Navigon's MobileNavigator comes to US Android devices


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