TomTom uses cloud data to add navigation from cars to wearables

TomTom announces cloud support that will see your personal device connect to an in-car navigation unit.

| Jun 4, 2015 at 4:57 am CDT

In a recently issued press release, TomTom let the world know that it now has the ability to seamlessly share data between your in-car navigation system and your personal laptop, tablet, smartphone or wearable device.

TomTom uses cloud data to add navigation from cars to wearables | TweakTown.com

This new technology is said to be used for enabling a fully connected experience for consumers, allowing developers and third-parties access to this advancement in order to increase the reach of embedded navigation systems.

This may mean that when you park and get out of your car on a busy inner-city street, your smartwatch may seamlessly continue guiding your path until you reach your final destination.

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