BringGo USA & CAN

BringGo USA & CAN

By Engis Technologies.Inc

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2013-02-26
  • Current Version: 2.5.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 73.30 MB
  • Developer: Engis Technologies.Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2
From 172 Ratings


BringGo includes 30 days of access to Premium Navigation. After 30 days, you can opt for a Premium Navigation in-app purchase. ______________ CUSTOMER SUPPORT We're here to help! If you have any issue with BringGo, please send an inquiry to our friendly support team. ______________ BringGo is a premium turn-by-turn navigation app for your smartphone. It is full of useful navigation features such as Text-To-Speech voice guidance, Lane Guidance, Signpost Display, Speed Limits, millions of onboard POIs and much more. Maps are stored on the smartphone for offline use. 3.5 GB of internal memory available is recommended prior to beginning the app download. Ideally, your phone should have 16 GB of total internal memory in order to use BringGo as well as other apps and services on your phone. When you purchase the BringGo app, you will be downloading all the map data for the United States and Canada directly to your compatible smartphone. If you wish to reduce the amount of memory required, you may elect to individually download maps for the States/Provinces relevant to you. Unnecessary maps may be removed at a later date or additional maps may be downloaded as required through the map manager on the app. ______________ COMPATIBLE VEHICLES The BringGo app is compatible with 2013 or later Chevrolet Spark, 2013 or later Chevrolet Sonic, and Chevrolet Trax (Canada only) vehicles equipped with the available MyLink radio. When your compatible smartphone is paired to a properly equipped compatible vehicle, the BringGo navigation screen will display on a color screen that is part of the vehicle's MyLink radio. If you purchased a compatible vehicle before this functionality is available, your vehicle will require a no-charge MyLink radio software update at your Chevrolet dealer to support in-vehicle use of the BringGo app. For more details about this exciting vehicle app integration or launch timing, please contact your dealer or call 1-855-4- Support. ______________ PREMIUM NAVIGATION FEATURES • Turn-by-turn voice directions • Find Places: millions of onboard POIs • Stunning 3D landmarks • Lane Guidance to show you the correct lane to be in • Realistic Signpost Display • Map data from NAVTEQ onboard • Text-To-Speech voice guidance (speaks street names) • Auto re-routing • Multiple routing options; faster time, shorter distance, ECO • Search by Address, Point on Map, ZIP and more • POI Search • Save and edit favorites • Recent destinations • Auto zooming (at intersection & on speed) • Route Planning • Route summary for trip information • Speed Limit warning • Current Location information ______________ MAP COVERAGE United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. ______________ IN-APP PURCHASES 1. Premium Navigation with Traffic (USD 49.99)* Lifetime use of the navigation app and access to software updates. Real Time Traffic Information service is provided for three years. Please note that map updates are not available with this in-app purchase option. 2. Premium Navigation with Traffic and Map Updates (USD 59.99)* Lifetime use of the navigation app and access to software updates. Real Time Traffic Information service is provided for three years. Annual map updates are available for three years; includes initial copy at time of purchase, and two update copies. *Please refer to the IN APP PURCHASES section to view prices in local currency. ______________ GPS USAGE Please note that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • Garbage

    By turboat
    This app is awful. You aren’t buying an app you are buying a “Trial” lol. It’s trash just use Waze
  • Love it

    By hieggcod
    I missed having a nav system and this fills the role nicely
  • Loading Issue

    By prob1994
    Horrible, no longer loads to My Link unless I open the app on my phone. If I do not open on my phone, and run app my screen indicates “no GPS signal” and I cannot use.
  • This app is junk.

    By lexlinn
    This app connects to my car so I thought I would buy it for a trip. Honestly this app is complete junk and I wish I could receive my 99 cent investment back. Then you get a 30 day free trial, and you have to pay for a subscription. Complete rip off, do not buy this.
  • Terrible app

    By Zeroni
    App is too slow, takes poor routes, and requires that you load the map of the state you are in. The only reason I tried it was because it was the navigation in the rental car I had.
  • Worst gps ever

    By pandatidwell42
    I only use this because I have to. My Link forced me to purchase this to have an in dash gps. The traffic notification is horrible but you have no choice but to purchase the subscription. Stand still traffic and the gps says it’s all good. Never updates traffic once you load the destination. Entering your destination is another horrible flaw. Who enters it state, city, road then number?!
  • BRINGGO Comment: one of theGreatest Navigation App

    By verg parri
    I wish/want more visual examples of how App can/should be used in actual,(pictorial) everyday applications, Please
  • Scam

    By Gasipri
    Buyer beware. You are NOT purchasing a map app. You are paying 99 cents to download the app for a 30 day trial. If you decide not to purchase their premium service the app doesn’t work at all. Way to go BringGo... let’s not make this clear...
  • Worst gps ever

    By Tifzfzfzrvjf
    I hate this app. Every time iOS updates, I have to delete and reinstall the app. Then download the maps again. It takes forever to boot up and put in an address...which you can’t copy from another app or put in in a normal way. Who puts in an address: state, town, street, building number? So stupid.
  • Rip off

    By EternalSigh
    It’s an option with my car so I thought I would try it. Can’t understand why I’m paying to download an app that I’ll also have to buy a subscription for that got me lost and I still ended up have to use google maps. So no.