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Seeking iPhone navigation developer in Amsterdam


Note:You can now read our You can now read our review of the TomTom iPhone App. This is an older archived news story.

We’ve talked numerous times about TomTom for the iPhone based on communications from within TomTom, our own speculation, and the speculation of others. But say you had a background as an iPhone developer and were living in Amsterdam. Also, let’s say you had an affinity for navigation software. Then you might just want to check out this job listing as it could be right up your ally.

IPhone Mac OS Developer AMSTERDAM

Objective C and MAC OS. Amsterdam based technology company seeks an experienced MAC OS developer for project to develop iPhone applications relating to navigation software. You must be an experienced MAC OS Objective C freelancer available to work in the EU.

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands Reference: JS/MAC C Agency: GAP Associates Contact: Steve Greenall Salary/Rate: Top Amsterdam Rates Start: May/June 2009 Duration: 6 months initially

Of course it never mentions TomTom specifically, so it could be another navigation company in Amsterdam that would be interested in development of an iPhone application… but we will leave that for you to ponder.

5 Responses

  1. Typical of TomTom (if they) to take a short-term view of only a 6 month hire rather than commit long-term. Sounds like as much commitment to the iPhone as they made to win-mob & palm (yes, I’m a dissafected Palm Navigator owner, already abandoned once by the numpties in Amsterdam).

    Given that TomTom see the iPhone as a revenue generator for OTA subscription services, it won’t be for me, but good luck to those who buy into it (just don’t trust TomTom further than you can spit!)

    bruceldavies - May 8th, 2009
  2. There’s also at least one other navigation solutions provider in Amsterdam. . . Route 66. They also have a mobile app that might have a place on the iPhone.

    gatorguy - May 11th, 2009
  3. And you also have nav4all, enabling navigation on mobile phones.

    steve - May 13th, 2009
  4. We’ve updated our TomTom iPhone App page (not this page, follow the link) with new info about the application.

    Tim - June 11th, 2009
  5. You can now read our review of the TomTom iPhone App.

    Tim - August 17th, 2009

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