Can you connect a TomTom to an iPad?

TomTom, the GPS enabled navigation app has just been updated and it now includes an optimized version for the iPad. The app is now a universal binary so there will be no need to pay for an additional navigation app for your iPad if you already have it on your iPhone.

Can I update my TomTom sat nav on my iPad?

If you have an old version of TomTom app on your iOS device, you must update to the latest version of TomTom app before continuing to read this guide. To download and update your iOS device with the latest version of TomTom app, go to the iOS App Store.

How do I update my old TomTom sat nav?

To check for an updated application version do the following:

  1. Connect your TomTom device to your computer and switch it on.
  2. If HOME does not automatically check for updates, click Update my device in the HOME menu.
  3. If a new application is available, it is listed on the next screen.
  4. Click Done .

Is TomTom iOS app free?

The TomTom Go Mobile app for iOS phone users offers maps for the entire world and promises a hassle-free drive. It’s free from the App Store but you’ll have to pay a monthly subscription fee of £1.99 if you want traffic or speed camera data.

Can I connect my sat-nav to my iPad?

Absolutely. The iPad comes with Apple Maps, which is a full-featured mapping service. It combines Apple’s mapping system with data from the popular GPS service TomTom. It can also be used hands-free by asking for directions using the Siri voice assistant and listening to the turn-by-turn directions.

Can you use a TomTom without a smartphone?

If you choose to connect without the app, you won’t have access to the smartphone messages feature. You also won’t have access to TomTom Services unless your mobile service provider allows Personal Hotspot/Bluetooth® Tethering.

Can you update a TomTom on a tablet?

Tap the main menu option from the guidance view. Tap Settings , then tap Updates and New Items . Any new updates are offered to you here. These updates can include software updates, map updates, speed camera updates, etc.