Last Updated May 13, 2010 10:32 AM EDT
Although this doesn't qualify as traditional GPS navigation, it does come close to what Google added to Android last year. And did I mention it's free?
In a nutshell, when you use the Bing app to get driving directions, you'll see a new Navigate button. Tap it and you'll get real-time, voice-powered guidance as you drive (of the "turn left ahead" variety). Navigation options include shortest/fastest route, traffic/toll avoidance, and a visual or text-based list of directions.
Bing navigation is available on various Windows 6.x-powered HTC, Motorola, and Samsung phones from AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile (a complete list is available here).
So this gets us wondering: how many Windows Mobile users are still out there? Quite a few, I'm guessing, despite the seeming ubiquity of Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone these days. If you're one of them, raise your hand in the comments! [via Erictric]
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