TomTom has officially landed in the Google Play Store, after it was announced at the IFA in September.
The application will cost the same as in the Apple App store, even though it is $10 cheaper right now, which means that users can get it for $49.99 – an introductory price, so you better be quick.
It is really pricey as far as applications are concerned, but there are users who would not mind spending those money.
It is important to note that TomTom will not be compatible with all Android tablets and smartphones.
It seems that some high end devices are not listed as compatible and these includes the Galaxy S III, the Nexus 7, the Galaxy Nexus, the Galaxy Note and the HTC One X.
Also not all of the iOS version features will be making its way into the Android version including Forsquare integration, but the core features are included.