hohum3001 wrote:waze is nearly useless in most parts of Sydney Australia because there's not enough users yet. But waze has wet my appetite for traffic avoidance now & I'm thinking of going & getting a tom tom as a commercial service.
Anyone got experience with tom tom in a waze poor area? Is it any good? Does waze offer stuff tom tom doesn't?
hohum3001 wrote:Would it be possible, if I paid some kind of subscription fee or something, for waze to integrate tom tom's data? Or is that just too complex?
hohum3001 wrote:iOS Apple maps sucks, but it won't forever.
daknife wrote:Start pushing it on all your friends, getting the word out is the only way to improve the service. Oh that and edit like crazy to make sure Waze knows there are alternate routes that work.
daknife wrote:Umm due to the low user base in your area Waze may need to keep up with apple, but in most areas it's still definitely the other way around.
daknife wrote:People were trying waze, getting bad routes, making a few UR's and then bailing.
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