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Co-Pilot Sat Nav Software USA - £3.07 @ Android

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Seems an absolute steal for this app. The UK version is only £22.98 as well. I hope someone's heading off there soon and will be able to make use of it. For the UK version go to: https://ma…
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Seems an absolute steal for this app. The UK version is only £22.98 as well. I hope someone's heading off there soon and will be able to make use of it.

For the UK version go to:

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.alk.copilot.marketplace.eu.major&feature=search_result

Award-winning GPS navigation app with maps stored on your phone, not downloaded!
Premium voice-guided turn-by-turn GPS navigation with USA street maps stored on your phone so you can navigate "offline" without a data connection. CoPilot Live is packed with advanced navigation features including 3D maps, Lane Assist arrows, millions of POIs, multi-stop trip planning and more.
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#1
Great find.
#2
couldnt you just buy the usa version then add the maps for uk from another source ???
#3
im there in 9 days so thank you :D
#4
you can but still need an activation code.The are work around's if you don't wont to pay,but tbh its not worth it.
Also US maps are not updated very often. But still a great buy
wanderer
couldnt you just buy the usa version then add the maps for uk from another source ???


Edited By: 7iain7 on Mar 08, 2011 08:58
#5
Reviews claim maps a bit out of date but awesome price if you just need to get to the hotel or back to the airport.
#6
Excellent deal, now if only I could go back a month and use this when I was in Florida

:D

cheers OP.
#7
Strange.

When I click on the USA or UK version link I get a security certificate error.

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#9
worked for me, got the USA map edition for £3.07.... now to choose which maps to download.
#10
I was looking at this earlier but the reviews put me off a little. Has anyone used this in California and was it any good?
#11
Does anyone know if this activly makes a data connection when using navigation as US data charges will be extortionate.
#12
Co-Pilot stores the maps on your phone so it is completely offline.... :D

Blurb from their website....

"Award-winning GPS navigation app with maps stored on your phone, not downloaded!
Premium voice-guided turn-by-turn GPS navigation with USA street maps stored on your phone so you can navigate "offline" without a data connection. CoPilot Live is packed with advanced navigation features including 3D maps, Lane Assist arrows, millions of POIs, multi-stop trip planning and more."
#13
Thought I'd give it a go anyway but the app doesn't work. Fails to download data after language selection. No reason or advice given. Poor!
#14
Co-pilot is free on Applanet;)
#15
BruTamUK
Co-pilot is free on Applanet;)


Ummm too risky, don't want any trojans or viruses on my phone!
#16
I bought this last year when it was about this price. We have travelled through 6 states using it and it was better than the brand name maps I have used previously (hired sat nav took us into some real bad areas in NY way off course). As already indicated it works offline, although I did need to put data roaming on for about a minute when we first got there for some reason, but there were no extra costs on my o2 bill for whatever it was doing!! Would defo recommend for East Coast and Orlando, but road building does seem to be never ending in some states so can never be perfect.
#17
Use this sat nav, excellent when it works but my G2 touch cannot find satellites a lot of the time. Absolute steal at this price. Anybody else have problems with satellites on g2 touch or know any kind of app that would work in the background to combat this problem.
#18
Check the recent reviews - awful to say the least
#19
Just bought this and having downloaded the app, I'm downloading the maps on my PC. Will let you know if and when it works but so far so good..... :)
#20
I've got full UK, EU and N. America Copilot Live 8 with traffic, live services and text2speech, on my HD2... best satnav I've ever used by far.


Edited By: daviebroon on Mar 15, 2011 22:13
#21
On the apps own web page it posts 3 recent reviews, one says "Has not worked since the last update. Sort it out", another says "Does not fond my address very well. Doesn't give me Mich confidence".

I would advise caution. Anyone downloaded this actual download as opposed to a previous one?
#22
WHAT!!!!!! £3.07 for the USA and £22.98 for the UK - You can keep it, another case of RIP OFF Britain.

Edited By: jeffe on Mar 15, 2011 22:13
#23
I purchased mine straight from the alk website, no issues
#24
WHAT!!!!!! £3.07 for the USA and £22.98 for the UK - You can keep it, another case of RIP OFF Britain.

Don't Support It !!!
#25
Why do you need to buy UK? I bought USA alone for £2.99 last year albeit it was for iphone.
#26
I have Copilot live8 Uk maps & I have never had a problem, not once. Its always spot on. You however must make sure you have enough phone memory before loading it otherwise it will onbiously fail to fully load.
#27
What wrong with using good old Google Navigation that comes built in with HTC phones? Like Hero, Wildfire, Desire etc
#28
When - not listed on their web site when I visit, do you have a link please?
daviebroon
I purchased mine straight from the alk website, no issues
#29
This doesn't use your data, maps installed on memory card.
abumusab461
What wrong with using good old Google Navigation that comes built in with HTC phones? Like Hero, Wildfire, Desire etc
#30
abumusab461
What wrong with using good old Google Navigation that comes built in with HTC phones? Like Hero, Wildfire, Desire etc

It's ****. That enough?

Or shall i add that it is entirely 3G/3G+ dependant.... oh and it kills your data plan? Plus, it's ****.
#31
blackrat62
When - not listed on their web site when I visit, do you have a link please?
daviebroon
I purchased mine straight from the alk website, no issues

no mate, sorry... i paid full price (£58 for pan europe, plus £20 N.Amercia, plus £16 live EU traffic, plus £4 text to speech)... and bought it ages ago.
#32
I bought the iPhone version (£2.99) a couple of years ago and have travelled quite widely in the US with it (California, Nevada, Georgia, Caolinas, Washington State and New Jersey) and it's very good as far as I'm concerned. I only bought it as I was so impressed with the UK version. In terms of finding satellites when you are abroad, especially the first time you use it when it ain't got a clue where the satellites are, either switch it on a while before you plan to use it or better still just make sure the Phone signal is on (switch off data so you don't rack up any charges) - it helps it determine it's position. If you are not comfortable with the phone signal on, then switch it off once it's found the satellites and your good to go on the GPS alone. As I say I've used it in the US a lot and never had any charges.
#33
Ridiculous! Thanks very much!
#34
Been using this for a couple of years now in the UK and Canada.
An excellent piece of software. This is a fantastic deal.
#35
Thanks for that, I think it may be poor sat. reception on g2 touch, I have a sony ericcson P1i smart phone with tomtom installed that uses an external gps receiver, always connects within seconds and on an old Nokia N95 and also a tomtom one. Sometimes on th g2 touch it will connect straight away but today I have had it on for an hour at least and it wouldn't connect. It was showing about 4 sats on the status bar but bouncing up and down just below the line.
Phossy
I bought the iPhone version (£2.99) a couple of years ago and have travelled quite widely in the US with it (California, Nevada, Georgia, Caolinas, Washington State and New Jersey) and it's very good as far as I'm concerned. I only bought it as I was so impressed with the UK version. In terms of finding satellites when you are abroad, especially the first time you use it when it ain't got a clue where the satellites are, either switch it on a while before you plan to use it or better still just make sure the Phone signal is on (switch off data so you don't rack up any charges) - it helps it determine it's position. If you are not comfortable with the phone signal on, then switch it off once it's found the satellites and your good to go on the GPS alone. As I say I've used it in the US a lot and never had any charges.
#36
Does the UK version have speed camera warnings?

Thanks
#37
daviebroon
abumusab461
What wrong with using good old Google Navigation that comes built in with HTC phones? Like Hero, Wildfire, Desire etc


It's ****. That enough?

Or shall i add that it is entirely 3G/3G+ dependant.... oh and it kills your data plan? Plus, it's ****.


I used to use TomTom , then switched to Android and its Google Navigate. Much better than TomTom, maps always up to date, don't have to think about updating them, and having Google search is so convenient.
I am with GiffGaff and have unlimited internet so don't have to be worried about data plan :)
#38
Google Navigation.
#39
Great App
The thing that clinched it for me is "photo nav" really easy & transferable
Just one problem though as with most other Nav apps, it really sucks the life out of you battery, even connected to the car charger.
Haven't been able to find a charger that will give it enough juice so far

Edited By: gulao on Mar 16, 2011 01:11
#40
MR.G.MAN
Google Navigation.


downloadable offline maps?

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