CoPilot Southern Africa - Offline GPS Navigation

CoPilot Southern Africa - Offline GPS Navigation

By ALK Technologies Ltd.

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2010-04-15
  • Current Version: 10.4.1.426
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.64 MB
  • Developer: ALK Technologies Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 15 Ratings

Description

Built for you, the driver. CoPilot is always ready to guide you with clear directions, reliable offline maps and powerful trip planning. Trusted by over 16 million drivers, emergency services and professional delivery fleets worldwide, CoPilot is packed with advanced features and smart routing to help you navigate with confidence. This latest generation CoPilot (version 10 to be precise) has been completely overhauled, making planning and driving easier, safer and more enjoyable. RELIABLE OFFLINE SAT-NAV: CoPilot does not need a mobile connection so there’s no risk of being left stranded without maps in mobile dead spots or incurring roaming fees when driving abroad. Premium quality street maps are stored directly on your device. DRIVER-FRIENDLY DIRECTIONS: CoPilot minimises driver distraction with clear driving views, easy to read turn instructions and fluid uncluttered 3D maps. CLEAR VOICE DIRECTIONS: Enjoy detailed voice-guided directions with text-to-speech technology to pronounce full street names. POWERFUL ROUTE PLANNING: A choice of 3 routes and comprehensive multi-stop trip planning for up to 52 stops. Intelligent trip optimisation finds the most efficient way to go, ideal for road warriors and long distance drivers. KNOW YOUR TURN: Safely change lanes and know which lane to be in ahead of a turn with lane indicator arrows and motorway signposts. ClearTurn™ junction visuals make it easy to stay on the right track. ACTIVETRAFFIC: Beat the clock with real-time traffic for accurate ETAs and automatic re-routing around delays. A traffic status bar keeps you updated about conditions and delay time on-route.* Get 12 months free ActiveTrafficTM when you buy the app. DRIVER ALERTS: Stay safe and out of trouble with speed limit warnings and speed camera alerts with free database updates** LOCAL KNOWLEDGE EVERYWHERE: Navigate like a local with millions of pre-loaded offline places and integrated online search. Quickly find the right restaurant, petrol station, car park and more. Plus many more advanced navigation features to make driving easier, more predictable and more fun. See the full feature list here www.copilotgps.com/uk/compare-features ACCOLADES & AWARDS ● Winner of AutoExpress” Best Sat-Nav App” 4 years running (2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016) ● Awarded”‘Best Overall Sat Nav App” by trustedreviews.com ● As featured on Engadget, MacRumors, The Times and USA Today MAP COVERAGE Southern Africa: South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland STAY CONNECTED facebook.com/copilotgps | Twitter: @copilotgps | Google+: +copilot NOTES *Requires a mobile internet connection **Safety cameras not available in all regions Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life

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Reviews

  • Still old maps

    1
    By Khiras13
    Don't buy this app, hasn't been updated for 2 years now. Still got the old highways on the maps.
  • Best SA GPS I've seen

    4
    By Justin Lawrence
    Very impressive on iPhone 4. It has great looking street nav, website integration, contact integration, speed limit display and lots more. I ran it head-to-head against my Garmin Nuvi 200W and it kicks Garmin's butt: locates satellites quicker, gives more informative prompts, looks better. Four gripes: 1. Address input needs work. Looks like a clunky matric Delphi project, does not utilise Google Live and does not add any AI to the process. This was the only disappointing area and made me miss my Garmin. 2. I wonder though why you can select an address from a contact but cannot save an address to a contact. How odd. 3. Setup menu is a little disjointed, with non standard navigations, but not crazily so. 4. No traffic integration. I'd definitely recommend this app.
  • Not very useful as names are out of date

    1
    By yufasa
    Some city and road names have changed in South Africa since 1984 and this app still cannot find the new names. (Mandela drive in Emalahleni (Witbank) is just one). Don't get me started on POI's, it could not find hotels or restaurants. (StayEasy and Brazenhead in Emalahleni, just to name some) The app does not support text to speech, who doesn't anymore? They do mention the ability to purchase the option, but not available yet? The app is also not very intuitive to use. Access to the iPod interface is buried three levels deep. Easier just to exit app and return as multitasking now works... I could live with some of the apps shortcomings, but the map data is not up to date and that is a major failure... Have since bought the TomTom app and it is a great improvement. Wish I can get my money back for this junk.
  • Excellent - on the 3GS

    5
    By WierdAl
    After reading a couple of reviews on websites I decided to spend the money on this software. In a word, excellent. The maps are up to date, it is responsive, the routes it chooses (well at least the ones I have tried) all make sense an Points of Interest are very comprehensive. If you are thinking of getting a turn by turn based sare, it is definitely worth the money.
  • Very impressed

    4
    By Sqroot
    Until Co-Pilot I used Google Maps on my iPhone for navigation, and I wasn't expected much more. Google Maps is slow to update your position, uses data to download the maps, doesn't talk, and the screen blacks out if you don't keep touching it. Co-Pilot is a proper turns your iPhone into a proper navigation device: - "Live" updating of your position - The maps are on your phone, so there is no data use - Voice prompts etc My only criticism is that the user interface is not immediately obvious out of the box. There are a number of icons and terminology that I'm going to have to read up on before I fully understand the system.

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