The Yellow Pages App First With Free Voice Navigation

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Avantar’s Yellow Pages is the first business directory app to offer free turn-by-turn voice GPS navigation on the iPhone.

The Yellow Pages app is the first to offer free voice navigation on the iPhone.

The latest release on the Avantar Yellow Pages app for the iPhone gives users the option to use free turn-by-turn voice navigation.

Those who subscribe to a GPS service like Tom-Tom or Navigon still have the option to use those services, but users who don’t pay for those subscriptions now have a third option: Avantar’s free, integrated app.

“We are offering something hard for other apps to beat: truly free integrated GPS turn-by-turn voice navigation that will guide you to your destination,” said Adrian Ochoa, CEO and President of Avantar. “Just search for a business, and we will guide you there.”

In the past, Google Maps has been the only free navigation option for directory apps. The latest release of Yellow Pages offers the brilliant interface of a subscription-based GPS app for free.

The Avantar Yellow Pages app was first released in 2008. Before the iPhone had built-in GPS, Avantar was the first to bring geo-location to the App Store. Avantar’s engineers triangulated phone signal towers to determine the user’s location.

The Yellow Pages app has long offered excellent voice recognition search, ratings and reviews, movie listings and trailers, etc. Other mobile business directories followed in Yellow Pages’ path. Now with the implementation of free turn-by-turn voice navigation built into the app, Avantar continues to forge ahead.

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