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View Poll Results: iGO Primo vs Nextgen.

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    I've used pretty much all incarnations of NavNGo products. From Amigo, iGO8, Primo and now NextGen. Each are designed for the tech of their era. I've seen Amigo on 64MB WinCE running better than NextGen on dual-core android phone. It's the skin that makes all of the versions great. NextGen is still young, only time will tell. Currently I do not see any benefit of replacing Primo+skin with NextGen, but it might changed in the future.

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    Nextgen is very nice !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    Currently I do not see any benefit of replacing Primo+skin with NextGen, but it might changed in the future.
    Now it's nice

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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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    Not bad with the Pioneer skin; clean and neat. But I'm getting good result with dimkAWA133 on latest Primo 2.4 and it doesn't take 20 seconds on startup as NextGen Are you using Italian TTS voice?

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    This Avicsync version is fast, mine starts in 5 seconds, try it.
    I use Ita TTS by Sernam (speaks street names)
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
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    Yes, the Avic version you gave me (from Korabi) works perfectly (unlike the one posted) It works with iGO installed and it works with other NextGen version installed. Works on LG Exceed 2 (KitKat) and Coolpad Rogue (Lollipop) Quick startup and online traffic works as well.
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    I've been using Pongo Avicsynch Nextgen on HTC M9 lollipop and it's been excellent. Anyone have experience in Marshmallow, especially TMC?

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    NextGen is better.
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    Today I vote for NextGen.
    I used Primo for many years but now I choice NextGen. Primo maintain it as a rescue option.
    When we have licenses for all the maps, NextGen will be definitely the first choice of many users.

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    Why do you prefer Nextgen? When I last tried it, it just wasn't as 'finger friendly' as iGo 8 or Primo - and I didn't see any advantages... It didn't look as nice as. Primo and was harder to control while in the car because of the smaller hotspots on the screen. Maybe it's just not optimal for 2din use while in the car? Just trying to understand why some people prefer it - maybe I missed something! :-)

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