According to GPSreview.net TomTom is looking for an iPhone developer in Amsterdam to build a GPS navigation application for the iPhone. The job listing they are referencing, posted on JobServe, does not mention TomTom specifically but, TomTom is located in Amsterdam. I don’t know about you but I can’t think of another navigation company in Amsterdam.
From the job posting (in case it gets taken down):
IPhone Mac OS Developer AMSTERDAM Contract
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
Posted Date: 5/7/2009 11:55:01 AM
I’ve seen a demo of G-Map for iPhone 3.0 and it looks good. I’m hoping TomTom will be able to come up with something better (although I’m not sure what they could improve). One downside of this job listing is that it is May and if TomTom is just now hiring iPhone developers there is no way they are going to be ready for the launch of iPhone 3.0. That is disappointing.
Update 6/10/09: TomTom was on stage at the WWDC keynote confirming that they will be releasing an iPhone application and hardware accessory.