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The simple answer is if you have that many times don't use visible navigation - use on page navigation. The most important journey for the user on most sites is the forward journey and most sites can be made to work without the need for overall navigation, providing there is a clear way for the user to get to where they want.
Could you use something like the A-Z you see down the side of the screen on an address-book app? At least on iOS that kind of works like a 'targetted scroll bar' which might not be quite what you are looking for... but perhaps the idea could be converted into an Accordion remote-control, where as you slide a finger down the control, accordion panels could ...
Not sure how flexiable you are with modifying the UI, but in order to save space, I suggest having the first tier selections a drop down list so the second tier result would depend on what you've selected from the drop list. The second tier items are now in a fixed height area where you can scroll to view more. I chose this metheod because this would also ...
Can you be more specific as to what your top level items are? But maybe you cannot disclose that. You will need to implement a portrait and a landscape version of your view. In either case, don't use horizontal scrolling. Our "eye-brains" automatically yearn for a vertical presentation when we know that there are tons of items to choose from. Your small ...
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