After the announcement of US President Donald Trump to stop all services of China’s giant Huawei in the country, the company starts looking for alternatives. Apparently, the company was based on Google services, its operating system, app store, and other software elements. It was obvious that the Huawei will make a deal with US authorities to restore the censors applied by the US.
Among the other apps, the most important one was the Play store and Google Maps which provided navigation services and endless third party apps. Now, the Chinese mobile company gets a valuable alternative to Google Maps in the form of TomTom Go navigation. The company released its navigation app on the Huawei official AppGallery.
Huawei users can use it for free for the first month and then it will cost them Euro 1.99 per month, or the payment can be paid annually.
TomTom navigation company sighed a deal Huawei at the start of 2020 in a meeting with the Huawei representatives. TomTom offers navigation services and is based in Dutch.
The Navigation Map requires downloading some maps which can be used offline. In the TomTom navigation app, you can add home and work addresses as well as users can point other interests.