Sygic GPS Navigation Offline for Android UK & Ireland £17.99
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Sygic GPS Navigation Offline for Android UK & Ireland £17.99

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Found 30th Nov 2013
Sygic GPS Navigation Offline for Android

Lifetime license for Android, High-quality offline maps, Free map updates, Free POI and speed camera updates.

I have just purchased the world licence for £44.99 which is 50 percent sale price.

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For anyone that uses the Europe or World versions - can the individual country maps be downloaded when needed ? My nexus4 had only had 6gb free when new and now With close monitoring, I can free up 1.5gb max. So the Europe seems a bargain but only if I can select and download the country map that I need and delete it after the trip.

P:)

Great interface and warning system,but useless route calculating algorithm and too old maps. Would not buy it...especially when it is available for free,just need to know where to look (gpsunderground or navitotal)

any other free GPS suggestions?

Prefer Co-pilot myself. Guidance seems more accurate. Also around the £20 mark.

edisonwhite

any other free GPS suggestions?


TomTom and recently added Garmin are very good. Used all across Europe,perfect in every aspect. Both are free on quoted sites above...

Don't buy unless you have to. I have used all of these extensively and none of them are that fantastic.

There are plenty of places to get them free. Naughty maybe but at least you can see what rubbish they are before spending non refundable money.

Get a cheap stand alone gps which you won't be struggling to answer when your mobile rings.

I use Navfree, it has offline maps. Its very much like my old Nokia's Ovi maps.Free of course!

Another vote for Navfree. I prefer it to my standalone TomTom SatNav. No data connection required, as the maps are stored on the SD card.

I like Waze (it's free) even more, for it's traffic information, though a data connection is required.

Another +1 for Navfree - been using since February.

Tried Sygic this morning. Its speed camera warning system was tragic. Not fond of the colour scheme either. Recent reviews are not flattering.

+1 for Navfree for offline mapping
but my daily is Waze with traffic etc

Waze for me as it takes back roads when needed and eta is as good as it gets

harlimb

Waze for me as it takes back roads when needed and eta is as good as it … Waze for me as it takes back roads when needed and eta is as good as it gets



Ive read about Waze but never used it.
Does it need a data connection though?

poisondwarf

Ive read about Waze but never used it.Does it need a data connection … Ive read about Waze but never used it.Does it need a data connection though?

it does but it's minimal, I use it daily

harlimb

it does but it's minimal, I use it daily



Thanks for that

Rimi

Great interface and warning system,but useless route calculating … Great interface and warning system,but useless route calculating algorithm and too old maps. Would not buy it...especially when it is available for free,just need to know where to look (gpsunderground or navitotal)



+1, bought the World version. Used this twice, got lost twice!! Using my old Lumia 800 with Nokia Drive now, not as fancy, but at least gets me to my destination :).
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