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I used to have this app for ios, but it is now on Windows mobile and even better because it is free. It cost me about £25 on ios.

It is much more comprehensive than the Here Maps app. You can actually plan and edit your route. Along with other useful features.

Give it a go, it's free! Comes with 6 months free live traffic updates too.

Window Phone: There is, and always has been, a free app with the UK map. All in-app upgrades are standard price.
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#1
But you have to pay £23.99 in-app for the Europe map. Only the UK is free. Still not bad though.

If you've made the switch from ios though, and if you've got a paid version there, you can move the license across (apparently) using you copilot ID - if you registered for one.
#2
Europe is free for me, perhaps as you say through license migration.
#3
That'll do it - I only got the uk one on iOS. Interestingly, it's given me free voice navigation (which would be another £13.49) as I'm guessing that was part of the iOS version I paid for before.

This is how mobile apps should do it though. Be platform agnostic.

All working a treat on my 520 :-)
#4
I'm on the Nokia 625, well worth it so far. I do feel iOS is more refined, however it is a more mature and much more expensive operating system.
#6
Thanks!
#7
Just gone to download it and it says I already own it, very strange.
#8
Coriolis GPS is free on all platforms. The premium version e.g. Sarnau is charged le on android store
#9
Satnav is chargeable on the Google play store
#10
I may be wrong but is the free one basically voice guidance rather than. A nice 3d graphical one?
#11
you're not wrong sparx1981, the free one doesn't include turn but turn..
#12
This version is usually free. I used it for ages, then upgraded to the premium version shortly before they 'upgraded' the search feature.

Nowadays, I only use CoPilot if I know exactly where I'm going (postcode etc) as the search feature only returns nearby results :(

Link to Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alk.copilot.mapviewer&hl=en_GB

Edited By: Darwa on Jul 10, 2014 08:58
#13
Thanks for reminding me.
#14
Darwa
This version is usually free. I used it for ages, then upgraded to the premium version shortly before they 'upgraded' the search feature.

Nowadays, I only use CoPilot if I know exactly where I'm going (postcode etc) as the search feature only returns nearby results :(

Link to Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alk.copilot.mapviewer&hl=en_GB

What you do is click where it says 'nearby' when you search, you can then change it to a different city etc.

I thought the same at first, it is not very clear.
#15
I've got the free version for Android. I don't use it though as there's no voice navigation (making it a bit dangerous when driving) or 3D maps. I didn't fancy paying £20 to upgrade when Google Maps is a pretty decent navigation system that's free (except for data usage).
#16
I was going to get the Android version but then I saw it has missing features. What features are missing? voice directions? or turn by turn on the screen.

I think I'll stick to Waze as it's free has both the above and you also get traffic updates from other users, think it's called crowd sourced updates.
#17
Thanks, grabbed the iOS version
#18
Just taken it out for its first trip and I think to get it up to the functionality of free ones such as waze or Navfree you have to spend a lot of money.
[helper]#19
Good spot, have done heat :)
[helper]#20
Sorry, have SOME heat! (Blasted mobile spellchecker!!!)
#21
swampy_donkey
Darwa
This version is usually free. I used it for ages, then upgraded to the premium version shortly before they 'upgraded' the search feature.

Nowadays, I only use CoPilot if I know exactly where I'm going (postcode etc) as the search feature only returns nearby results :(

Link to Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alk.copilot.mapviewer&hl=en_GB

What you do is click where it says 'nearby' when you search, you can then change it to a different city etc.

I thought the same at first, it is not very clear.

Nah, that doesn't help unless I'm looking for one of the points of interest already in their database. I'll certainly agree that it's not very clear, which is why I've spent so much time in conversation with the dev team. For example, I want to be able to type in 'RSPB Fowlmere' and have it give me directions in the same was other SatNav apps do. With CoPilot, I need to search Google for the postcode, then input it into CoPilot. For whatever reason, although the search feature is powered by Google, they've chosen to restrict it a lot.

They have, however, assured me that they will pass my suggestion on to the development team for consideration..... ;)
#22
NavFree is well, free. It's also great for using abroad too if you download a fresh copy for the country you want to navigate around. I had it in Spain, and will use it in Florida this summer.

What I really need from my Sat Nav is the ability to design a scenic route in googmaps and then export this to my iOS device. Unfortunately the GoogleMaps doesn't work like this on an iPhone :-(
banned#23
Great app. Only one country is free. For Europe you have to pay. It's great anyway.
1 Like #24
Hot from me.

Co-pilot is the best Sat Nav on Android by a mile in my opinion.

Tried many, many different ones like Sygic, Navigon etc, and this is the only one I keep coming back to.
#25
I've used this for quite a while and its very good.
1 Like #26
Says it's £19.99 for me :-/
#27
Personally anything Free can only be good, but for Free, I prefer Waze, I like the social elements there and the realtime traffic updates by people who are travelling your route and it also updates routes to avoid traffic.
#28
Windows "here" works offline on my ohone, but heat anyway!
#29
MisterMadHatter
I've got the free version for Android. I don't use it though as there's no voice navigation (making it a bit dangerous when driving) or 3D maps. I didn't fancy paying £20 to upgrade when Google Maps is a pretty decent navigation system that's free (except for data usage).
You're serious with this point?
1 Like #30
Why wouldn't (s)he be? Navigating by taking your eyes off of the road isn't safe, is it? Voice is all important.
banned 1 Like #31
artnada
MisterMadHatter
I've got the free version for Android. I don't use it though as there's no voice navigation (making it a bit dangerous when driving) or 3D maps. I didn't fancy paying £20 to upgrade when Google Maps is a pretty decent navigation system that's free (except for data usage).
You're serious with this point?

It's a good point
1 Like #32
Sorry but this had always been free and doesn't give you turn by turn nav or any voice guidance. It's a useful app but the full app, with full search etc. is better :)
#33
Sorry but this had always been free and doesn't give you turn by turn nav or any voice guidance. It's a useful app but the full app, with full search etc. is better :)
1 Like #34
Jas10
Sorry, have SOME heat! (Blasted mobile spellchecker!!!)

Mi spillchocker is allso bade
#35
artnada
MisterMadHatter
I've got the free version for Android. I don't use it though as there's no voice navigation (making it a bit dangerous when driving) or 3D maps. I didn't fancy paying £20 to upgrade when Google Maps is a pretty decent navigation system that's free (except for data usage).
You're serious with this point?

Do you mean am I serious about taking your eyes off the road to read a map compared to having directions read out to you? I assumed it was common sense but now you've got me questioning myself.
banned#36
Look at them IAPs!

Full voice-guided 3D navigation£17.49
ActiveTraffic£6.99
European Street Maps Upgrade£23.99
Text to Speech (TTS)£2.99
Maps - USA and Canada£6.99
Full voice-guided 3D navigation£6.99
Maps - Australia + New Zealand£19.49
Breast Cancer Awareness£0.69
Full voice-guided 3D navigation£20.99
Middle East upgrade£20.99
#37
The link for android is to buy only!
#38
It's not especially cheap but in my experience this is miles better than anything else on android, it's a much more fluid experience and although I had a Waze period the traffic data always seemed at least an hour behind (odd seeing as though it's crowdsourced) which would send me on weird detours even after traffic had cleared. It also looked horrible and didn't have offline maps. On Windows Phone I prefer CoPilot to Drive but Drive's free and far more reliable than anything I can find for free on android.
I use CoPilot across my WP phone and my old android which has been repurposed as a satnav, having the consistent UI across platforms is a massive win.
#39
SO 3D NAVIGATION IS NOT FREE?
#40
thnx

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