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Sygic GPS Navigation - Lifetime traffic and maps 75% off £16.57

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Lifetime Traffic for faster routes Real-time information about traffic situation on the road, updated every 2 minutes, with automatic faster route suggestions. Voice guided navigation Accurat… Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Lifetime Traffic for faster routes

Real-time information about traffic situation on the road, updated every 2 minutes, with automatic faster route suggestions.

Voice guided navigation

Accurate driving directions delivered in a pleasant voice tell you the names of streets and cities, as well as the direction and distance.

Speed limits

Clear audio-visual warnings if you are speeding. Upcoming speed limit change shown on the map before it becomes effective.

Gas prices

Set your gas type and see which gas stations nearby offer cheapest gas. Live information about prices on gas stations along your route.

Lane assistant

Dynamic Lane Assistant guides you into the correct lane. Junction View shows you the junction with highlighted lanes and exits.

Head-up Display

Projects navigation directly into your line of sight, onto the windshield of your car. For safer driving at night.

Dashcam

Dashcam that records the road ahead, even while you are navigating, and automatically saves video in case of crash.

Real-time route sharing

Let others know where you are and when you'll arrive. Share your planned route, estimated time of arrival & real-time location on a map.

Offline maps & map updates

High-quality offline maps of the entire world, in 3D design, for navigation without internet connection. Updated multiple times per year.
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Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free
#2
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free
sounds good but does it use much data?
#3
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free


I think that's a matter of opinion, I can't stand waze. I much prefer to just use Google maps.
#4
you_gotta_be_kidding
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free
I think that's a matter of opinion, I can't stand waze. I much prefer to just use Google maps.
I agree.
I use tomtom for work and Google maps for home. Pity there's no speed cameras on Google maps.
#5
Ive been using Sygic for 5 or 6 years now and never had an issue with it. My last 4 cars have all had built in sat navs but couldn't hold a candle to Sygic.
#6
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free


until it guide you to drive in circles in London. no thanks. Sygic uber Waze
#7
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free

Agree with this, its my go-to navigation app and is far superior to anything else i've tried.
#8
morpheus
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free

Agree with this, its my go-to navigation app and is far superior to anything else i've tried.


p)Phone based apps ( free or paid) are fine for city driving or long distances. As unlike dedicated Sat Nav's which have built in GPS , phone based ones use the Internet. many times my phone signal has cut. Drains battery and in warm weather phone gets extremely hot on windscreen. Until smart phone providers incorporate a gps chop into their phoned I'll be sticking to my tom tom
#9
pnaylor39
morpheus
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free

Agree with this, its my go-to navigation app and is far superior to anything else i've tried.


p)Phone based apps ( free or paid) are fine for city driving or long distances. As unlike dedicated Sat Nav's which have built in GPS , phone based ones use the Internet. many times my phone signal has cut. Drains battery and in warm weather phone gets extremely hot on windscreen. Until smart phone providers incorporate a gps chop into their phoned I'll be sticking to my tom tom


This is unbelievably innacurate, almost every smart phone on the market has a built in gps chip now and you can use many fully offline Sat nav apps like co-pilot to navigate (as I have through Europe) without using any data at all.
#10
Personally I paid up 3 years for TOMTOM - its IS the same app as on their premium device. ITa amazing

However, this is Sygic, uses TomTom Maps, and so, for £16 unlimited use... cant complain!
#11
pnaylor39
morpheus
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free

Agree with this, its my go-to navigation app and is far superior to anything else i've tried.


p)Phone based apps ( free or paid) are fine for city driving or long distances. As unlike dedicated Sat Nav's which have built in GPS , phone based ones use the Internet. many times my phone signal has cut. Drains battery and in warm weather phone gets extremely hot on windscreen. Until smart phone providers incorporate a gps chop into their phoned I'll be sticking to my tom tom


lol, I use Google maps, you can download huge chunks of maps and then data only gets used for traffic info. A lot of people don't realise you can download google maps, we always do it, including for holidays, you can use abroad with data turned off then
#12
pnaylor39
morpheus
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free

Agree with this, its my go-to navigation app and is far superior to anything else i've tried.


p)Phone based apps ( free or paid) are fine for city driving or long distances. As unlike dedicated Sat Nav's which have built in GPS , phone based ones use the Internet. many times my phone signal has cut. Drains battery and in warm weather phone gets extremely hot on windscreen. Until smart phone providers incorporate a gps chop into their phoned I'll be sticking to my tom tom


Your information is many years out of date, phones don't have GPS chips built in them? Hahahahahaha
#13
Google maps for me everytime. Aside from data which is normally part of a mobile deal the maps offer...
Free usage, Free up to date maps, Free traffic updates
Whats not to like?
#14
This was the only program that I found that allowed me to use the mirror capabilities of my android phone on my SPH-da120 headunit in my last car. I would have bought it at this price had I still had that, seemed good during the week trial tho.
#15
I love Sygic and use it all the time.
If you buy a licence how easy is it to swap it from phone to phone if you change phones, and if you change OS from say IOS to Android, can you carry that over?
I run a slightly 'shared' version but it's a bit of a faff updating etc but would be quite happy to get this officially if it was portable between devices.
#16
you_gotta_be_kidding
ashtad
Or use waze which wipes the floor with any other navigation app and it's free


I think that's a matter of opinion, I can't stand waze. I much prefer to just use Google maps.


Google owned waze dude...
#17
Driving a zillion miles a year, and my journeys being affected not by the route but by the TRAFFIC, TomTom is my go-to

However this is tomtom maps and includes traffic, for the cost of 1.5 years of tomtom, yet this is for LIFE
banned#18
I don't get all the different versions. Whyb oils you pay more for a single country than the whole world?

Does traffic work well?

What about speed cameras?
banned#19
Hmm. I had hoped some sygic users or haters may have responded to my questions.

I have downloaded to app and using the 7 day trial. The purchase options though are a little confusing still. I don't understand why you'd buy a country specific version for 5 times the price of a world version.

Also the in app purchases. I saw in the spiel that cockpit and HUD are included in the price of a world premium with traffic (£22.99) yet still shows as a paid add on. Is that right?

Lastly, is the augmented view worth it? Can't help thinking it's going to be hit or miss and let down by 4G signal.

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