Sygic Map, Premium Europe + Traffic, Offline Navigation lifetime license - £12.74 with code @ Sygic
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Sygic Map, Premium Europe + Traffic, Offline Navigation lifetime license - £12.74 with code @ Sygic

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Found 18th May
World + Traffic comes to 16.99 (after coupon)

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I know, everyone has google Maps but I personally prefer an offline Map
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Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round plus you can download the map before you set off(offline map setting)
Edited by: "Ts1899" 18th May
Here does the same thing for free.
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Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round plus you can download the map before you set off(offline map setting)
Edited by: "Ts1899" 18th May
You can download specific areas from Google maps. For instance I went to Istanbul and downloaded Istanbul prior to getting there and was able to navigate without being on a sim.
Good deal , people are forgetting google uses phone data and uses a lot as it constantly updates , for a car this is good deal
adamderak14 m ago

You can download specific areas from Google maps. For instance I went to …You can download specific areas from Google maps. For instance I went to Istanbul and downloaded Istanbul prior to getting there and was able to navigate without being on a sim.



I know that you can do it but on a road trip I often ending up with changing the route and prefer not ending up without a map because of a missing mobile network. This exp. happens in Canada and parts of North America.
Edited by: "Buckyball" 18th May
Last year I went to Poland with a mate we had a 40 minute walk to the Hotel, I used Google Maps and we set off. It started giving us weird directions (going back on itself etc), My mate had this and so brought it up and it turns out Google maps had us going in the wrong direction completely. I now only use this. It turned out that my compass on my S7 was out of calibration but at no point did Google maps tell me this. This software has always behaved itself and I like the map layouts etc.
I've used sygic for many years and although the search can be a bit fiddly once you find your destination the directions, maps etc. have always been great. with no data needed.
On the website, it indicates the license offer fuel prices. How does this work, is it just for local prices based on where you are at the time and is it upto date.
One of the sygic's features which is not there on google map is the speed limit and speed camera information.
Here does the same thing for free.
So.......if I put this on a cheap android tablet ( which has gps) will I have a super duper sat nav?Serious question, constructive comments much appreciate
I use sygic truck for work. I use it on a simfree handset with no live traffic. Done a good job for me.
I think Google Maps doesn’t use much mobile data at all when navigating 5mb per hour average
I currently use google map for navigation. It is good, but lacks some of the features of a SatNav. I just dowloaded Sygic for a trial (7 days) before I go for the purchase. I noticed so many negative comments on Google Play although overall rating is 4.4 (can we trust the ratings?) Appreciate the feedback from other HUKD members who installed and used the app.
This has one fault that stops me using it more- you can't save a location with your own choice of description.
For example, instead of letting me save somewhere as "DIY store, Cornwall" it saves everywhere as the street or road name.
So in 6 months time when I'm looking at saved places, instead of saying "DIY store, Cornwall" it says "Smith Street" or, the name of the local area like "Bude" and I haven't got a clue why I saved it as I wasn't able to choose the name when saving.
I admit I haven't used this lately but that's because unless I have a postcode or a saved contact, it's just not worth the hassle.
I tend to stick to using TomTom which at least let's me save somewhere how I chose to.
I use this Mapfactor it's free, works offline, has speed cameras and speed warnings (you can set it to sound an alarm when you are at the speed limit or over by the excess you set). Easy to set your own route if you want to go via waypoints.
pat-w22 m ago

This has one fault that stops me using it more- you can't save a location …This has one fault that stops me using it more- you can't save a location with your own choice of description. For example, instead of letting me save somewhere as "DIY store, Cornwall" it saves everywhere as the street or road name. So in 6 months time when I'm looking at saved places, instead of saying "DIY store, Cornwall" it says "Smith Street" or, the name of the local area like "Bude" and I haven't got a clue why I saved it as I wasn't able to choose the name when saving.I admit I haven't used this lately but that's because unless I have a postcode or a saved contact, it's just not worth the hassle. I tend to stick to using TomTom which at least let's me save somewhere how I chose to.


Hi
Save destination as a favourite..
You can then rename favourite to something more meaningful..
Thanks, bought.
richardthompson792 h, 14 m ago

I use sygic truck for work. I use it on a simfree handset with no live …I use sygic truck for work. I use it on a simfree handset with no live traffic. Done a good job for me.


Can you set weight and vehicle size on Sygic truck, please?
How can we use this code for purchase on iPhone?
mgtf18th May

HiSave destination as a favourite..You can then rename favourite to …HiSave destination as a favourite..You can then rename favourite to something more meaningful..


Okay, thanks
smartdeals1235 h, 13 m ago

One of the sygic's features which is not there on google map is the speed …One of the sygic's features which is not there on google map is the speed limit and speed camera information.



Just install Velociraptor app and you will get speed limits overlayed on google maps
I recommend navmii, which doesn't require data (you dl maps beforehand). I've used it in the UK, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Chile and the USA. I like it a lot.
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JustinKampongsa7 h, 15 m ago

Good deal , people are forgetting google uses phone data and uses a lot as …Good deal , people are forgetting google uses phone data and uses a lot as it constantly updates , for a car this is good deal


Not if you download the maps and don't want traffic info.
Used Sygic for several years. Always felt far more usable than Google Maps - speed limit info, very good lane guidance, very good signage info, good traffic updates. Couldn't use GM on a regular basis.
Use this all the time, maps are up to date (ish - no new Forth crossing yet )

On iphone it is the first app ever that will get your phone so hot it (the iphone not the app) actually puts up a message about the heat and shuts down. Car aircon most necessary.
Edited by: "Lakeside" 19th May
Swizzels9 h, 13 m ago

So.......if I put this on a cheap android tablet ( which has gps) will I …So.......if I put this on a cheap android tablet ( which has gps) will I have a super duper sat nav?Serious question, constructive comments much appreciate


I was looking into getting a cheap 8" tablet to use as a sat nav for my Mother, but couldn't find anything with the required GPS for a cheap enough price to warrant buying.
Ts189910 h, 49 m ago

Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round …Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round plus you can download the map before you set off(offline map setting)


Only downside to Google maps is lack of speed camera awareness. Other wise it's the best out there. Suffix has everything. Dashcam function too but obviously drains your battery.
Any suggestions for Cycle maps/routes?
Thx for all the info
Sounds like a good price for licenced offline software, heat added.
Cannot believe that no one has mentioned Waze (apparently owned by Google) which has speed limits and camera database with warnings.
I know offline is good, but "most" peeps have a data allowance these days, although in an area with no signal offline maps rule ~ lol
pchphil7 m ago

Sounds like a good price for licenced offline software, heat added.Cannot …Sounds like a good price for licenced offline software, heat added.Cannot believe that no one has mentioned Waze (apparently owned by Google) which has speed limits and camera database with warnings.I know offline is good, but "most" peeps have a data allowance these days, although in an area with no signal offline maps rule ~ lol


Yep, remember listening to the guys on here recommending Waze, I downloaded it and off I went to the lake district. Totally useless, no signal no navigation, its a bit of a bummer when you have a sat nav app that does not work when you need it to. Offline maps for me is the way to ensure I get where I want to go. I use Sygic and it works fine, at this price it is a steal
Edited by: "Bendown" 19th May
pat-w13 h, 47 m ago

This has one fault that stops me using it more- you can't save a location …This has one fault that stops me using it more- you can't save a location with your own choice of description. For example, instead of letting me save somewhere as "DIY store, Cornwall" it saves everywhere as the street or road name. So in 6 months time when I'm looking at saved places, instead of saying "DIY store, Cornwall" it says "Smith Street" or, the name of the local area like "Bude" and I haven't got a clue why I saved it as I wasn't able to choose the name when saving.I admit I haven't used this lately but that's because unless I have a postcode or a saved contact, it's just not worth the hassle. I tend to stick to using TomTom which at least let's me save somewhere how I chose to.


Save your place as a favourite. Then go into favourites and hit the three lines on the right of the current description (the menu), you can then choose to rename it to something which suits your requirements.
I use Waze, free and really good. Gives real time traffic updates and estimated delay times. Also have the option to choose between different routes and save to favourites.
smartdeals12317 h, 1 m ago

One of the sygic's features which is not there on google map is the speed …One of the sygic's features which is not there on google map is the speed limit and speed camera information.



and line guidance.
I have installed on my phone google maps, here maps (nokia), waze and tomtom.
for short/local drives I usually use waze, but for long drives without doubt I use Tomtom.
liamf1211 h, 15 m ago

Not if you download the maps and don't want traffic info.


Still uses up data I’ve been stung with it before
The point is if you want a sat nav program at this price it’s very good deal for lifetime I’ve ordered and heat added
woldranger8 h, 15 m ago

I was looking into getting a cheap 8" tablet to use as a sat nav for my …I was looking into getting a cheap 8" tablet to use as a sat nav for my Mother, but couldn't find anything with the required GPS for a cheap enough price to warrant buying.



Suggest having a look at the the Lenovo Tab 3 7 essential, but wait for a deal. I use one as a sat nav and bluetooth internet radio. Paired with unlocked EE Buzzard from eBay and cheap SIM. Uses very little data for TomTom live.
Ts189919 h, 34 m ago

Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round …Use google maps free app free updates free traffic updates all year round plus you can download the map before you set off(offline map setting)


The only thing I don't like about Google maps is the inability to change the map colour to something darker.The automatic night mode is ok but it only activates in Low light.
generationz18 h, 59 m ago

I've used sygic for many years and although the search can be a bit fiddly …I've used sygic for many years and although the search can be a bit fiddly once you find your destination the directions, maps etc. have always been great. with no data needed.


I agree after using tomtom for years daily i stumbled upon sygic, i found it had a lot more features and have used sygic since.
Fullspizz3 h, 27 m ago

I use Waze, free and really good. Gives real time traffic updates and …I use Waze, free and really good. Gives real time traffic updates and estimated delay times. Also have the option to choose between different routes and save to favourites.


Does it work off line?
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