Sygic GPS Navigation for Android and iPhone - £41.24
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Sygic GPS Navigation for Android and iPhone - £41.24

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Found 17th Jul 2013
Currently there is a 30% off sale for most maps. But there is a voucher code that gives you an extra discount that works making all maps almost half price.

I just got all the maps for Europe & America & Southeast Asia & Africa for only £41.24. perfect for my holiday in Spain this summer. The original price was £79.99.

I have calculated the price for other maps:
Europe: £23.24 (original price £44.99)
Western Europe: £18.37 (original price £34.99)
North America: £18.37 (original price £34.99)
Australia & New Zealand: £13.49 (original price £24.99)

26 Comments

amazing deall if

you r too naive

i use NavFree which is free to download on your android phone and theres loads of maps from around the world. Only draw back is you wifi to search for destination.

I've found this is the best nav app. You dont need an internet connection so especially useful abroad and it has speed camera updates from sygic and users which is also really useful. It is quite expensive though

I use sygic on my nexus7 its fast and easy to use no probs in Spain Netherlands or Germany


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Just like the OP, I too have been to Spain (many times)
I can't tell you how convenient it would have been to have had mapping for Southeast Asia. It would of literally transformed my Majorca experience.

I used to be a TomTom fan, now I just use Waze. Does the same but ableit with some data usage (I think, can probably turn off though).

Facebook bought them for $1bn not long ago so i'm sure it'll be integrated with your facebook apps in the coming years

Does the extra discount work with iTunes store?

Why is this cold? :\

Syngic? I've never heard of them before. I use copilot which has always been decent but at this price you are not far off getting a dedicated sat nav.

Original Poster

I have tested the discount with Android, but should work, because you buy the maps in the website and later you download the app from itunes.

By far the best satnav, but they've changed the way they sell it so it isn't a bargain now.

Used to be £20 with unlimited maps and updates.....

Original Poster

BeerGoggles

Syngic? I've never heard of them before. I use copilot which has always … Syngic? I've never heard of them before. I use copilot which has always been decent but at this price you are not far off getting a dedicated sat nav.

Sygic and copilot are direct competitors, they offer the same. Waze is not a competitor because they don't have maps, they use Googles maps (online only).

DsK

Why is this cold? :\



because google maps navigation is free

I got a speed ticket on motorway, using the software.:(

i used navfree in spain brilliant and doesnt use any data only gps and its free !!!!

CDR

I used to be a TomTom fan, now I just use Waze. Does the same but ableit … I used to be a TomTom fan, now I just use Waze. Does the same but ableit with some data usage (I think, can probably turn off though).Facebook bought them for $1bn not long ago so i'm sure it'll be integrated with your facebook apps in the coming years


In fact Google bought Waze.

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dmm1000

because google maps navigation is free



But all the massive use of internet data isn't. Your data plan doesn't cover the whole world.

uridiego

But all the massive use of internet data isn't. Your data plan doesn't … But all the massive use of internet data isn't. Your data plan doesn't cover the whole world.



thats true - but its still expensive - for a bit more money you could buy a standalone GPS sat nav
Edited by: "dmm1000" 17th Jul 2013

dmm1000

thats true - but its still expensive - for a bit more money you could buy … thats true - but its still expensive - for a bit more money you could buy a standalone GPS sat nav

and why pay £40 when navfree is free uses no data and has all the maps of the world also free !!!?????

If you drive abroad often buy a Lumia 620 and a local PAYG SIM. More money but you get an offline sat nav for pretty much every country in the world, no data charges and a decent little phone.

peggy79

I got a speed ticket on motorway, using the software.:(



and your point is?

ahenners

and your point is?

That he doesn't understand how speed camera warnings work (usual places, rather than every potential place).

Hot OP - Europe for £23.24 - hmm - tempted - need offline maps for Garda (damned buses don't always announce the towns). Thanks for posting, even if it got iced. Why don't people realise that not for me, but great for others should mean a hot vote, rather than a cold vote? Very short-sighted/selfish IMHO.

peggy79

I got a speed ticket on motorway, using the software.:(



I am no sat nav expert but I suspect the problem was that you were going too fast, rather than any inherent software glitch.

Co-Pilot is much cheaper and last I looked was the highest rated on the line ups.
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