The Droid Bionic includes the expected array of Google location apps, from Google Maps to Latitude and GPS-led Navigation.
With the free Navigation app, you can speak your destination or type it in and be led there with automatic turn-by-turn directions, plus Motorola sells a vehicle navigation mount for regular users.
Alternately, the Bionic comes with Verizon Navigator, a free turn-by-turn navigation app that similarly serves up maps and spoken directions, but also lists things like nearby gas stations and the best prices, along with events and concerts within range.
The Droid Bionic relies on the standard Android Marketplace for app downloads, and comes pre-installed with Verizon-specific media marketplaces named V CAST Music, V CAST Tones, and V Cast Videos.
A handful of other apps are already found on the phone upon purchase, including Amazon's Kindle app, the Blockbuster streaming movies app, GoToMeeting for remote meetings via phone, a trial version of Gameloft's Let's Golf 2, and the full QuickOffice suite, which lets you view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files on your phone.