CoPilot UK & IRE – Offline Sat-Nav, Maps & Traffic

CoPilot UK & IRE – Offline Sat-Nav, Maps & Traffic

By ALK Technologies Ltd.

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2011-07-08
  • Current Version: 10.4.1.453
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 687.44 MB
  • Developer: ALK Technologies Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 11 Ratings

Description

30% Off | Summer Sale | Limited Time Only The sat-nav app that’s built for you, the driver. CoPilot is the award-winning navigation and planning app that millions of individual and fleet drivers trust each day to get them everywhere they need. Whether you’re driving for business or pleasure your CoPilot won’t let you down. DEPENDABLE OFFLINE NAVIGATION CoPilot’s premium quality street maps are stored offline on your device, so it saves your mobile data allowance and won’t leave you stranded when there’s no network connection. PLAN ROUTES WITH UP TO 100 STOPS CoPilot is the ideal companion to save professional drivers time and money. Simply enter up to 100 stops in any order and CoPilot’s powerful trip optimisation will automatically work out the most efficient route. DRIVER-FRIENDLY IN-CAR GUIDANCE CoPilot helps you keep your eyes on the road, not on-screen with easy to follow turn directions and clear voice guidance. Lane indicator arrows and signpost information help make complex junctions easy. BEAT THE TRAFFIC ActiveTraffic helps you avoid delays and arrive on time, every time. It works out the best route based on dynamic traffic conditions and provides accurate journey times.* STAY SAFE CoPilot includes speed limit warnings if you accidentally stray over the local limit. Speed Camera warnings are also included with free database updates. THE ULTIMATE DRIVER’S TOOLKIT CoPilot is packed full of valuable features to help make driving easier and more relaxing, including: > Millions of useful pre-loaded places like petrol stations, car parks, airports and hotels > Customisable route and guidance settings > Save/load trips for advance planning > Portrait and landscape guidance views optimised for smartphones and tablets > Driver Safety mode reduces distraction by only showing the map near the turn > Low power settings to minimise battery consumption Discover more at copilotgps.com Trusted by over 16 million drivers and many of the world’s leading fleets, CoPilot helps you navigate with confidence especially if you’re working as a delivery driver, courier, sales rep, taxi driver, small business owner, field service, real estate, technicians, construction, etc. MAP COVERAGE ● UK & Ireland STAY CONNECTED facebook.com/copilotgps | Twitter: @copilotgps | Google+: +copilot NOTES *Requires a mobile internet connection. 12 months ActiveTraffic subscription included, renewable via in-app purchase. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life

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Reviews

  • Wonderful trip driving around England and Wales

    5
    By Daveinthemidwest
    I just returned from a two week trip to England and Wales. We used public transport around London for the first 4 days but then rented a car in Oxford and drove to Bath, Newport, Ludlow, Chester, Conwy etc. This app worked great. Database is in the phone so you don't need data service. It got us through all the roundabouts with ease. It tells you the speed limit for the road which really kept me out of trouble.
  • So wish I could like it.

    1
    By Berel1956
    Ireland is not easy. Complicated village names, no street addresses, roundabouts. Copilot was just not that. My first day with copilot started at 1:00 in the afternoon. I had a 2 1/2 hour drive planned. I saw a great deal of Ireland with copilot that day. I arrived at my destination at midnight, 11 hours after I started. It wasn't until I drew on a map that I really figured out how to get there. On my third day, I came to a point that I just stopped the car and called my host to have them find me so I can follow. them to there home. My return to the airport took an additional 45 minutes driving in circles. I needed to find the rental return place. A taxi driver finally had me follow him in. On the motorway, the device did a nice job. I can't say the design is particularly intuitive. It certainly is not as useful as a tom-tom. Walking instructions were considerably better. Although very few sites of interest were listed. I requested a few cathedral names in Cork. In most cases I could not find the points of interest in the database. It works best if you have the actual GPS coordinates. In those cases I always found my spot. Having said all this, I'm not sure if any GPS is any better in Ireland. The most often words I heard when I arrived hours late to my destination was, "don't trust the SAT-NAV". I can't say that in five days of traveling Ireland, I really saw what I want to see, but I saw a lot while driving in circles.
  • Stolen from me

    1
    By Lost while Driving
    I made a click on a Mac and suddenly it started downloading. I could not stop the download on a MAC. I tried to get help from Apple but I can’t get a refund. I do not want it and I do not want to pay for it. I give it one start for customer support.
  • GPS app for Europe with no roaming

    4
    By GregReardon
    Awesome app. Worked flawlessly for 1128 Km (700 mile) drive through the South and West of Ireland. No cellular roaming charges. Perfect choice when you do not want to pay for cell service when traveling.
  • Saved the expense of renting a GPS

    5
    By Wrekdiver
    The App worked well throughout southern and western Ireland and saved me $100+ by not renting a GPS.
  • UK user

    5
    By Llisk
    Bought this to use on my iPad during a trip to England for three weeks. I had a TomTom but didn't know how well it would work. I used both and this worked very well as did the TomTom. The good thing about this is it doesn't use any data.
  • Very capable

    4
    By willythep
    Bought the UK version for upcoming trip to Ireland. Haven't used it on the road yet, but very handy for planning routes and trial running. My only criticism so far is that it's location file doesn't have a lot of smaller Irish towns & some tourist attractions are hard to find in it. But it's easy to pick a spot on the map and add it to your route. And I love the ease of reordering stops in the route. Should work well on the road.

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