There's a certain section of the M1 that our sat-nav refuses to recognise. We'll be hurtling along at 70 miles per hour (exactly, thank you) on freshly laid asphalt when our portable friend jumps into overdrive attempting to divert us from the field it now believes we're skimming along and back to the safety of the road that it's convinced is several hundred yards to the west.The sign of a deranged sat-nav? Nope, just another case of maps that haven't been updated. Which is why we're rather fond of Wayfinder Navigator and its fresh-map-everytime approach. Rather than keep its aging cartography locked up on an SD card, it dials into the mother nav and downloads fresh info for every route. Nice.All you need is a mobile phone to load the software on to, plus a Bluetooth GPS unit to snare the satellites and you're away.This latest version of Navigator adds some of the basics it's been missing such as 3D mapping and a night colours mode, plus more POIs and a new Power Search for entering destinations without all the faff.It's Symbian only at mo which is good for Sony Ericsson UIQ and Nokia Series 60 types but less-so for Windows Mobile peeps. Don't worry though, Wayfinder promises us that more versions are on the way. So sit tight and wait, you’ll be navigating in no time.
Wayfinder finds its way to Navigator 7
There's a certain section of the M1 that our sat-nav refuses to recognise. We'll be hurtling along at 70 miles per hour (exactly, thank you) on freshl