The recently released TomTom app for Android has been updated to support smartphones with higher resolution displays. The initial launch of the app included exclusive compatiblity for WVGA and FWVGA resolutions, but now it fully supports up to 1280×800 HD screens. That means popular handset like the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Droid Razr HD / Maxx HD, HTC One X / One X+, LG Optimus G and Google Nexus 4 are finally supported by the mobile GPS navigation app. Furthermore, TomTom for Android now supports downloading maps to SD cards and the download mechanism for maps has been improved overall. The company also noted that a map update will be released later in December. Head to Google Play to learn more about each region’s respective TomTom app.
Available TomTom Map Sets: U.S.A, U.S. and Canada, North America, Europe, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, U.K. and Ireland, Brazil, Australia, Southern Africa, New Zealand, Russia, Baltics, Finland, Mexico, South East Asia, Greece, Turkey, Canada and Alaska.