We added integration with navigation apps Sygic, Waze, Navfree, Navmii and the Germany based Navigon Urban, in addition to the already available Navigon MobileNavigator, TomTom, MotionX GPS drive (HD) and Maps app.

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More new features
The update also adds multiple pictures to many place listings, some of them zoomable to full size. Select places even include videos. If you’re in the US, Canada, the UK or Australia, take a look at the new State and National Parks (“National Trust Sites” in the UK) category featuring rich place results including Wikipedia links. – Speaking of links, the built-in homepage viewer can now be used in landscape mode!

We also improved the ratings and reviews section. So far, we’ve received great feedback about this feature and we’re excited about the thousands of reviews written so far! The new version displays even more reviews written by Google users.

iOS 4.0 or higher
Where To? 4.1 now requires iOS 4.0 or higher. This allows us to streamline the testing process and remove a lot of special cases for legacy devices. Our data shows us that only 2.4% are affected. If we omit devices that are upgradable to iOS 4.x we’re even down to 0.3% of all devices. A small price to pay that’ll be outweighed easily by the faster development process! So only if you’re on a first generation iPhone or iPod touch, you’ll have to stick with the last version of Where To? and should back it up in iTunes.

Everyone else is invited to grab the new version from the App Store!

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