Vindigo
Vindigo
2.0

3.3

Vindigo free download for Mac

Vindigo

2.0
13 May 2002

City-specific navigation service for the Palm OS.

Overview

Vindigo turns your hand-held device into a personal navigator. Tell it where you are and what you\'re looking for, and Vindigo tells you the best and closest places to eat, shop and play.

What's new in Vindigo

Version 2.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 Vindigo Reviews

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Anonymous
18 December 2002

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Overall: Not Worth it The Vindigo program itself is okay--some good information but set up can be problematic and some information I wanted to see is outdated or missing. Not quite Zagats or other comparable programs. The primary basis for my negative recommedation is the customer service at Vindigo. It is one of the worst I've ever dealt with. Impossible to get a hold of someone in person, email inquiries to Vindigo CS are not answered quickly, and answers are inevitably unhelpful. Right now I'm struggling with a billing problem that apparently no one can help me with. They use ibill as a service which is also very frustrating to deal with as the account information from vindigo, handago and ibill do not seem to be coordinated. If anyone has this problem, I suggest you call Vindigo directly at: 212-643-0614 (number not provided on website) or be prepared to spend endless time resolving the issue. Be also prepared for stock, impersonal answers. This is not a service I recommend based on the hassle you have to go throughif something goes wrong.
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Version 2.0
loganmichael
09 October 2003
My experiences with Vindigo have convinced me that it is a program that makes PDA ownership a necessity for anyone who lives in a city covered by Vindigo. It has saved my neck when I've been lost or hungry, or even when I just wanted to know how to get somewhere or what the weather will be that evening. I cannot overstate its importance to me, and how much it revolutionized the way I use my PDA.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
11 September 2003
If you live in a city and go out even *sometimes*, then Vindigo is a must. Besides the obvious restaurant, shops and event listings, you can calculate directions from intersection to intersection on the fly, bring up maps of your city and find the closest bathroom. Run into a friend on the street who tells you about an amazing restaraunt? Pull up Vindigo and look it up. Read the review. Call the listed number and get a reservation. Tell Vindigo where you are (street intersection) and it calculates the directions. Vindigo, IMO, is *the* killer app for Palm users that live in the city. All it needs to be perfect is trip planning with public transportation (ala www.transitinfo.org).
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
18 December 2002
Overall: Not Worth it The Vindigo program itself is okay--some good information but set up can be problematic and some information I wanted to see is outdated or missing. Not quite Zagats or other comparable programs. The primary basis for my negative recommedation is the customer service at Vindigo. It is one of the worst I've ever dealt with. Impossible to get a hold of someone in person, email inquiries to Vindigo CS are not answered quickly, and answers are inevitably unhelpful. Right now I'm struggling with a billing problem that apparently no one can help me with. They use ibill as a service which is also very frustrating to deal with as the account information from vindigo, handago and ibill do not seem to be coordinated. If anyone has this problem, I suggest you call Vindigo directly at: 212-643-0614 (number not provided on website) or be prepared to spend endless time resolving the issue. Be also prepared for stock, impersonal answers. This is not a service I recommend based on the hassle you have to go throughif something goes wrong.
Like
Version 2.0