As you might have heard, TomTom's GPS application hit the App Store late yesterday. Questions still remain regarding the much anticipated TomTom car kit and if it would be compatible with the iPod Touch or other GPS applications. Macrumors is now reporting that TomTom public relations manager Yann Lafargue says yes, you will be able to use other GPS applications along with Apple's iPod Touch with the car kit.
blockquote>"It will work with the iPod touch and will also work with third-party GPS applications."
There still is no word on pricing or availability except it will arrive "later this summer", but keep an eye on the official TomTom Twitter page for the latest "official" information.
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