Copilot USA apps up to 50% off
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Copilot USA apps up to 50% off

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Found 2nd Jul 2015
Independence Day Sale: Get 50% off until July 13th
CoPilot is the must-have GPS navigation app every driver needs. Dependable, up-to-date offline maps and accurate real-time traffic service get you to work on time and guide you even without mobile signal on your weekend getaways.

You get clear, detailed voice directions, reliable routing, robust POI search, helpful highway lane guidance plus speed limit alerts along your route.

No monthly subscription, no hassle. Pay once, download and get a CoPilot for life.

*****Auto Express GPS App Test Winner 2015, 2014 & 2013****

GUIDANCE AND ROUTING FEATURES
► High data costs? Not with CoPilot. High-quality maps of the USA are stored directly on your Android so you don’t need a mobile data connection to navigate
► Clear, accurate 2D/3D guidance so you’ll never have to ask directions again
► Simply plan, optimize & save your route with multiple stops before the journey begins
► Detailed turn-by-turn voice directions with spoken street names
► Find the best route from A to B with 3 alternate routes
► Helpful lane assist arrows and realistic junction view so you know which lane to take and never miss your highway exit
► Personalise routing for your car, motorbike or RV: avoid toll roads, choose faster or shorter route, use local or main roads, etc.
► Navigate to a house number, address book contact or favourites

NO MORE TRAFFIC JAMS – 12 MONTHS ACTIVETRAFFIC™* SERVICE INCLUDED
► Get an alert for a quicker route if there’s a delay
► Arrive to work on time. CommuteMe™ learns your usual route from home to work and checks it for traffic. No more surprises!
► Always get the fastest route based on changing traffic patterns at the time of day and day of the week you’re driving
► Receive detailed information on travel incidents on your route

SAFE AND CONFIDENT DRIVING EVERYWHERE
► Speed limit display and warnings
► Directions only view to keep your eyes on the road
► Clear spoken directions even on unfamiliar roads
► Works on over 5,000 Android devices.

USEFUL, LOCAL INFORMATION
► Offline points of interest: Search for car parks, gas stations, car hire and more
► Online search with Google™, Yelp and Wikipedia* so you find the best places around you

MAPS INCLUDED:
► High-quality street maps of the whole USA from New York to LA
► Save precious device space with flexible map management. Only download regions/states as you need them

Visit us at copilotgps.com

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NOTES:
* Requires a mobile internet connection
^ Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life

25 Comments

Europe is £26-99 still Shame they cant share the love and reduce it for Little Britain!
Edited by: "Ralph888" 2nd Jul 2015

Of limited interest here, I would think, what with this being hotUKdeals.com.

here all the way for me.

navmii is just as good and free.

Used it on my last two trips, great app!

I've been using Waze for a while, was great in the US, fewer in the UK use it but still very good for a free app.

A fairly new app called "Here" is as good as this but free. Forget Waze and Navmii that feel cheap and require constant internet access.

Been using the UK version for years, and was going to buy the USA version for a holiday in Florida in August anyway. So just saved me £4!! Thanks

Ralph888

Europe is £26-99 still Shame they cant share the love and reduce it … Europe is £26-99 still Shame they cant share the love and reduce it for Little Britain!


Rip or Britain strikes again

Here by Nokia is awesome. Used it all over the USA and Istanbul and worked flawlessly. Was able to set up an itinerary so easily in a web browser and just log in to the app.

I have tried most sat nav apps navigon and copilot were one of the best

Funny that if you buy this app and install another copilot (CoPilot GPS - Navigation App) with free UK map this starts to work with 3d navigation which is absent in the free version. So full UK navigation for £4. And you also get USA, Canada and Mexico maps, not only USA.

I have used Copilot, but the Customer support was absolutely useless when I neede to transfer to new phone. I have been using Nokia's Here recently and it does all that I need. It may or may not have all the features of Copilot, but all I want to do is enter my destination and for the app to get me there, Here does that well.

donslibi

A fairly new app called "Here" is as good as this but free. Forget Waze … A fairly new app called "Here" is as good as this but free. Forget Waze and Navmii that feel cheap and require constant internet access.



Err get your facts right or do you work for 'Here'?. Navmii works through GPS so doesn't require internet access the same as most of these other ones do. just download the maps in advance. you can then enter bokmarks etc before you eave.

Hot from another Copilot fan. Might be worth looking at gpsunderground for some.

fiffio

navmii is just as good and free.

also waze

fiffio

Err get your facts right or do you work for 'Here'?. Navmii works … Err get your facts right or do you work for 'Here'?. Navmii works through GPS so doesn't require internet access the same as most of these other ones do. just download the maps in advance. you can then enter bokmarks etc before you eave.



I've used all 4. Navmii is not very good at all. There's no comparing with Copilot and Here. Try them then come back on here with something useful to say.

if you've tried all 4 then surely you would know they use GPS and do not require constant internet access to work?

fiffio

if you've tried all 4 then surely you would know they use GPS and do not … if you've tried all 4 then surely you would know they use GPS and do not require constant internet access to work?



Good spot, but not all support offline maps which is a big deal for me. The point your missing, and yes I will to through the effort of this for everyone else's sake, is that offline maps is only one aspect of a sat nav app. The usability, features, optional extras, maps updates, night mode scheme, junction clarification, voice guidance timing, etc... all play a part. Think bigger than just offline maps and then start typing.

fiffio

if you've tried all 4 then surely you would know they use GPS and do not … if you've tried all 4 then surely you would know they use GPS and do not require constant internet access to work?



Btw don't take this personally, but you may want to read up on what GPS is. It does not replace internet access - offline maps do (when talking about sat nav apps).

donslibi

Btw don't take this personally, but you may want to read up on what GPS … Btw don't take this personally, but you may want to read up on what GPS is. It does not replace internet access - offline maps do (when talking about sat nav apps).



Your original statement stated that navmii needs constant internet access, does it really? Just admit you were actually wrong.

Either way here is totally free and has great maps and offline to boot plus a great ui. Can't really go wrong with here.

nikc0069

Either way here is totally free and has great maps and offline to boot … Either way here is totally free and has great maps and offline to boot plus a great ui. Can't really go wrong with here.



Thank you for restoring my faith in common sense. Some of us on this website shouldn't be allowed internet access

fiffio

Your original statement stated that navmii needs constant internet … Your original statement stated that navmii needs constant internet access, does it really? Just admit you were actually wrong.



I didn't actually say it did. Maybe reading is another one of your weaknesses. At least my alleged 'error' wasn't as epic as your GPS/offline maps one. Time to call it quits and ponder over the true meaning of life.

tldr: It might be ok as a reduced price, but i have supported this in the past and it is not the best navigation product it claim to be. Nor for individuals, neither for professionals.

Yes, you need to download the map before you setup on a journey (all of the map you are planning to use), but this isn't something that a navigation app should boasting about. it should be the norm. In fact I would argue against downloading single city map, because if you need the state map, then you will download another map (file) for the latter after you have downloaded the former. And this might happen at the least convenient time (3G/4G connection only with incurring additional cost)

Talking about additional cost: some of the thing that should be part of the application have been put under a micro transaction scheme, to create more value for the company. Need a new voice (that is more understandable)? Need actual real time traffic information? Pay up.
Adding to that the confusing license scheme of free CoPilot that will see you pay up to three times the price of the application to get the same functionalities.

Don't rely on the map too much because they are way too often not up to date to the point where you might find yourself wanting for a real life map (you know the paper kind). Zip code search is ok most of time, but there are plenty to desire when it comes to European's post code. Specially with the complicated scheme of the UK compared to the rest of Europe.

The "Lane Assist" is more of a gimmick that something really useful: It often fails (CopPilot support will normally blame the map's data but it really is the responsibility of the company to get updated maps' data) and when it works, you should really focus on the road rather than looking at that screen.

The logic of the "best route" is often good enough if you do not know the journey between cities, but that's about it. And modifying it on the device can be a real in, even on larger screen (above the average 4.8"). And there is no official way to create a map outside the application and import it

If something doesn't work don't bother contacting support for real help. They are mostly useless (talking by experience) or are told to not provide the correct information and blame the customer instead.

The price is often guided by no reasonable decision apart from greed, although I have long suspected that in Europe at least, it is driven by some licensing scheme due to the fact that CoPilot is buying maps from map provider. This has a direct impact in the sense that map update are seldom and slow.
Don't be fooled by the "life time" license as well, This license is still using a product key code to activate and should you encounter any issue with the reactivation of the said license you might be in for a world of hurts. Not mentioning the fact that older version will have their support dropped entirely, so you might have a license, but no way to use it. Best strategy is pestering the company for a cheap upgrade should you have a device that can support it.

The app itself is a real drain on plenty of mobile devices due to being very graphical intensive and needing a GPS connection at all time.
The GPS localisation is ok-ish at best. and some options are only available if you are up to modify by hand some config files. And last time I checked, I still receive update to one thread I have created while being in support regarding the inability of this application to download directly to storage card the data. The work around being to manually change the path to the data and move the said data.

The application is "supporting" over 5000 devices, but often fail on its nose for no apparent reasons on common devices (Samsung Galaxy range), and good luck getting a proper support. You will need to tell support that the application has been uninstalled and reinstalled, and its data deleted and re downloaded through several different ways to get any meaningful information trickling back to you from the support leader (sic).

I really believe you will be better deserved with a stand alone device from a well known competitor than "this piece of trash" (dixit some of my old customers)

Do yourself a favor and pass on this deal as if might be great, money-wise, but the application is far from being the perfect road companion it is being advertised as.
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