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You can buy a sat nav for under a five or for £300. One of the cheapies is the OneStepAhead NavDroyd app, available for Android phones for the princely sum of £4.34. So it's inexpensive, but is it any good?
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NavDroyd HTC Desire HD

  • Launch date: Jan 2011
  • Type: App
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European maps Yes
Traffic monitoring No
Screen size 109
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