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Copilot Live 8 For Windows Mobile & Android Devices (UK & Ireland) Only £22.94 @ ALK
Copilot Live 8 For Windows Mobile & Android Devices (UK & Ireland) Only £22.94  @ ALK

Copilot Live 8 For Windows Mobile & Android Devices (UK & Ireland) Only £22.94 @ ALK

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Summer Offer for Copilot - Save 15% on all purchases for Android & Windows Mobile downloads.

Was £26.99 (Still a very fair price)
NOW WITH CODE (SUMMER15) £22.94

Requires only GPS Antenna reception to work - No mobile data plan = Free to run

CoPilot Live v8 sets a new standard in mobile navigation. It's the most powerful CoPilot yet, bringing the latest navigation and mapping technology to your smartphone to make every journey easier - and every journey better.

With maps stored on the phone and no monthly fees, it's your own knowledgeable and constantly informed companion by your side that's always ready to guide you to your destination. Equally as effective in-car or on-foot, it's as useful for driving to unfamiliar places as negotiating the daily commute or walking in town.

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CoPilot is superb - I have it on the iPhone and it's much better than Navigon and miles better than Tom Tom (which is completely useless in my opinion!).

Worth every penny - have some heat

Does it have to be connected to the net to wrk like all the others?

Original Poster

no, it uses the on-board GPS antenna on your phone... if you want premium services such as traffic reports, weather, then you would, but to use as a standard satellite navigation device (like i do), no, just the antenna will do

rhinopaul

Does it have to be connected to the net to wrk like all the others?

Just looked at web, very tempted

I love my TomTom on my iphone, it is much better than CoPilot but more expensive....

I have Android 2.1. How does CoPilot compare to Google maps

heroesfan

no, it uses the on-board GPS antenna on your phone... if you want premium … no, it uses the on-board GPS antenna on your phone... if you want premium services such as traffic reports, weather, then you would, but to use as a standard satellite navigation device (like i do), no, just the antenna will do



ok for those without a data plan. Google Maps (ftw!) for the rest.

Had a HTC G2 (hero) from T Mobile the last 3 weeks find Goolgle very good in fact better than that excellent when i find the place i can look on streetview as well

Original Poster

i have never tried google maps, isn't that using data plan??

knocka

Had a HTC G2 (hero) from T Mobile the last 3 weeks find Goolgle very good … Had a HTC G2 (hero) from T Mobile the last 3 weeks find Goolgle very good in fact better than that excellent when i find the place i can look on streetview as well

heroesfan

i have never tried google maps, isn't that using data plan??



got this deal hotukdeals.com/dea…623
didn't like the samsung i ordered the nice girl changed it for a HTC phone

Its £19.95 via android market download
The reviews are not so good
Edited by: "rhinopaul" 29th Jul 2010

why pay for it when u can have it for free from websites
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