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Jamaican Yardie Voice For Tomtom: A Fun and Authentic Way to Navigate






How to Get a Jamaican Yardie Voice For Your Tomtom GPS



If you are looking for a way to spice up your road trips, you might want to try a Jamaican Yardie voice for your Tomtom GPS device. A Yardie is a slang term for a Jamaican person, usually from the lower-class urban areas. A Yardie voice will give you directions in a thick Jamaican accent, with some humorous phrases and slang words thrown in.


For example, instead of saying turn left, a Yardie voice might say mek a lef. Instead of saying you have reached your destination, a Yardie voice might say yuh reach yuh yard. A Yardie voice will also comment on your driving skills, traffic conditions, and landmarks along the way.


A Jamaican Yardie voice for Tomtom is not only fun, but also authentic. It is recorded by a real Jamaican person, who speaks in a natural and fluent way. You will feel like you have a friend in the car with you, guiding you to your destination.


How to Get a Jamaican Yardie Voice For Your Tomtom GPS




Getting a Jamaican Yardie voice for your Tomtom GPS device is easy and free. You just need to download it from the Tomtom website or app, and install it on your device. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Connect your Tomtom device to your computer using a USB cable.



  • Launch the Tomtom Home software on your computer. If you dont have it, you can download it from here.



  • Select Add Traffic, Voices, Speed Cameras etc. from the main menu.



  • Select Voices from the list of options.