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Price drop is obviously a response to Google Navigation, however this is a great app and doesn't require a strong network signal. Speed camera alerts too which is nice.

http://www.alk.eu.com/copilot/android/

CoPilot Live is full voice-guided satellite navigation on your phone: -Turn-by-turn directions -Maps of 1 European region/Country stored on-phone (no monthly fees) -2D&3D map views -Safety camera alerts
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the usa copilot is at a pretty good price if you are going to the states i think
#2
anh_duong
the usa copilot is at a pretty good price if you are going to the states i think


Kudos, yes $19.99!
#3
Use summer15 to get 15% off
#4
The voices on this thing are hilarious! One of them sounds like a Russian / Dutch accent!

ATTENTION! SPEED CHECK!

Love it!
#5
swampy_donkey
anh_duong
the usa copilot is at a pretty good price if you are going to the states i think


Kudos, yes $19.99!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/co-pilot-usa-live-2-54-itunes-use-s/730033
#6
That's great news! been looking for a propper Sat Nav application for my milestone.
#7
So do you get 15% off £19.99.da
#8
is it better than the google nav? google one seems quite good.
#9
This was posted yesterday on the thread for the iPhone
#10
robjd
is it better than the google nav? google one seems quite good.


am i right in saying that the google one charges for data? and requires a data connection as all the info is not stored on your mobile?
#11
robjd
is it better than the google nav? google one seems quite good.


It not better. Only problem with google Nav is that it requires data connection as mentioned above. If you still have unlimited data on your price plan then all is well... HOWEVER if you have no signal, then it doesn't work! Or if the signal is crap (GPRS rather than HSDPA) then it doesn't work that well.

I paid near £30 for my CoPilot. It works. A bit of lag with the buttons with my HTC Desire, but it works.
#12
Macdory
This was posted yesterday on the thread for the iPhone


That's what she said.
#13
This looks really good. What can you get that sticks your phone to the windscreen or dash. Any advice?
#14
carleast
This looks really good. What can you get that sticks your phone to the windscreen or dash. Any advice?


I got a phone holder from Tesco for £4 that holds my Legend in place. You could also try dealextreme.
#15
Bump
#16
Not used for a while, but when I did use it, it was a great piece of software.

It also took the crown in a lot of mobile satnav software reviews.
#17
I have about 6 licenses for this at home. Any offers?
#18
msharif911 > £2 ;)
#19
Where does this instal to on the HTC Desire. I haven't got 2.2 yet and am obvioulsy restricted by the crappy memory on the phone.
#20
tomlewis007
msharif911 > £2 ;)

double that bid £4:D
#21
Great price but do check out the newest NDrive as this IMO seems to have better on screen info ie. how far the destination and estimated time (similar to tom tom).

http://www.ndriveweb.com/v10/

Edited By: TheGimp on Aug 19, 2010 13:11: added link
#22
Great app! Lurve it!
#23
Keep on doubling them chaps.

I bought 3 T-Mobile Pulses from a deal on here and they all came with a kit including a car charger holder and licence for Navigon. Anyway the car charger was broken on all of them. T-Mobile just sent me the whole kit out again so these will come with in-car holders and broken car chargers.
#24
darklight
tomlewis007
msharif911 > £2 ;)
double that bid £4:D

£4.29
#25
indiecheese
darklight
tomlewis007
msharif911 > £2 ;)
double that bid £4:D


£4.29


£5.00
#26
Still wish TomTom would pull their finger out and release an Android version.
#27
adam2116
robjd
is it better than the google nav? google one seems quite good.
am i right in saying that the google one charges for data? and requires a data connection as all the info is not stored on your mobile?

Yes, however it might be a good idea to try out the modified one on the xda devs website, as it stores more cache data onto your sd card. So if you pass the same area again it won't redownload the data if its already there... saving you a bit of data.
#28
sdavi3680
Where does this instal to on the HTC Desire. I haven't got 2.2 yet and am obvioulsy restricted by the crappy memory on the phone.

Copilot takes about 23mb of memory on my phone, the rest is on the sd card like maps.
#29
msharif911
Keep on doubling them chaps.I bought 3 T-Mobile Pulses from a deal on here and they all came with a kit including a car charger holder and licence for Navigon. Anyway the car charger was broken on all of them. T-Mobile just sent me the whole kit out again so these will come with in-car holders and broken car chargers.

Navigon and Copilot are two different programs!


Also my Navigon key was for 30 days and then expired [like a trial software] when I got my T-Mobile Pulse last year so check that.
#30
sdavi3680
Where does this instal to on the HTC Desire. I haven't got 2.2 yet and am obvioulsy restricted by the crappy memory on the phone.

The App installs on the phones memeory but the Maps,data etc are stored on your SD card.
#31
TheGimp
Great price but do check out the newest NDrive as this IMO seems to have better on screen info ie. how far the destination and estimated time (similar to tom tom).

http://www.ndriveweb.com/v10/



Copilot is fully customisable on what it shows at the bottom, I have mine set to time left and and miles left, but you can set it to ETA, Speed, ETT, and a good few more.

I've used it for about a year now, and it's OK, it's better than Google Nav. It does take a few hundred mb on the memory card though. Still nowhere near as good as Tom Tom in my opinion (used that for a good few years before on mobile phones).

Still needs work to finish it really but I'd say it was the best there is for Android at the moment
#32
msharif911
I have about 6 licenses for this at home. Any offers?


I'm interested! How much are you looking for each?
#33
Or spend less than a fiver (€4.99) for NavDroyd
#34
not very good sat nav software.
#35
Google Navigation does not charge for data. It uses your data connection.

Then it depends on how you pay for your data connection.
#36
Check out some of the comments on the Marketplace first before you buy.

I got it when it first came out 16 months ago and it was good for a bit, but a couple of updates later and it's absolute TORTURE. Issues with it recognising my Google checkout number, downloading the maps can be a pain, it just generally isn't polished off. Oh, and it's SLOW as anything... very clunky.

I've used both, and Google Maps navigation is free and IMO better as there's no setup involved. I drove the length of the country and back on holiday last week and Google navigation was fine.

As another has stated, Google doesn't charge you for data. You'll have an allowance on your contract for data so unless you use it every day all month it's impossible to use up your data allowance (and be used) using Google navigation.

Cold, because I've got it and it's not worth £20 compared to free given the hassle I've had with it.
#37
TheGimp
Great price but do check out the newest NDrive as this IMO seems to have better on screen info ie. how far the destination and estimated time (similar to tom tom).

http://www.ndriveweb.com/v10/



been after this Ndrive for Android for ages but won't pay € 39 when a at one point it was just over £4 for iphone users ..the android price just seems to stay up there!
#38
been after this Ndrive for Android for ages but won't pay € 39 when a at one point it was just over £4 for iphone users ..the android price just seems to stay up there![/quote]

It went down to £2.99 which i bought it for, now i'm on android i've moved to Co-pilot got to admit the software and phone (HTC) legend make for a much more reliable GPS system than Ndrive and my older 3G.
#39
some jokers on fleabay want 50£+ for this
#40
IP Mart

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