Discover the ultimate travel companion for adverture riders: the DMD-T665 Nav Phone. This 6" Navigation Smart Phone has been developed by the masters behind the revolutionary Drive Mode Dashboard- app. Designed specifically for motorbike use, this rugged Android Phone takes your riding experience to the next level. With the ability to install any app from the Google Play Store, you can choose from a wide range of navigation apps such as OsmAnd, Waze and Google Maps. And if that's not enough, the DMD2 app already comes pre-installed, including a lifetime licence.
Why choose to navigate on an Android smartphone instead of a traditional Garmin or TomTom GPS device? Because developments in Android navigation software are currently rocketing. The DMD2 app in particular is packed with every feature you can imagine, and is getting better every day thanks to direct user feedback that is incorporated into new updates.
One of the advantages over Garmin is that you can look up a petrol station, restaurant, campsite or hotel on the internet with ease. You can even check prices and reviews and then drive directly to your destination with a navigation app of your choice. With conventional GPS devices, this is a lot more cumbersome. At worst, you even have to copy or forward coordinates or addresses from one device to another.Another advantage is that you can use controllers. These are buttons and/or joysticks that allow you to operate the device without taking your hands off the handlebars. For example, you can move the map and zoom in or out while navigating.
With the DMD-665 Nav Phone, you no longer have to compromise. Enjoy the latest Android navigation technology, reliable hardware and seamless connectivity. Whether you are taking an adventurous road trip or planning an off-road ride on the tracks of the TET, this nav phone is your ultimate companion on the road. Experience the convenience, flexibility and continuous improvements the DMD T665 Navigation Phone has to offer. Your next journey starts here.
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Advantages over dedicated GPS units?!: