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CoPilot Receives Update that Brings New Adaptive Learning Features and More

Posted by on May 13th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

The CoPilot navigation app has received an update that brings a whole bunch of new features.

Version 9.6 unveils the new CommuteMe feature, which looks to learn the user’s daily commute and then provides live traffic and arrival estimation info on the fly. It also gives users the ability to add a point of interest as the next stop without altering the final destination, as well as drag & drop functionality that allows for trip editing and improved POI searching.

There is also an update to the North American map database.

Parent company ALK Technologies consumer business vice president David Quinn mentioned the company’s mission in a press release. “CoPilot v9.6 introduces unique adaptive learning technology and smarter route searching to make your daily drive more predictable and less stressful,” he said. “It’s the latest step in our mission to make every journey easier and more efficient through advanced navigation technology”.

We had a look at CoPilot a while back; it is available on the App Sore for $19.99.

• NEW CommuteMe™ feature learns your preferred daily commute and provides real-time traffic* and ETA info along that personal route you love. You know the one that gets you to work and home for dinner on time!

• NEW ability to add a POI as your next stop without altering your final destination

• NEW Drag & Drop trip editing to easily move stops up or down within your trip

• IMPROVED POI search on your route to find the closest POIs and save time by avoiding driving too far out of your way

• YOU ASKED FOR IT so we made it simple to change your CoPilot ID (email address) directly within CoPilot, just go to MyCoPilot > My Account

• ADDED the option to navigate to Decimal Minutes Coordinates

• NEW! Free map update – In addition to an update for our maps of North America, CoPilot now includes the complete street-level map of Puerto Rico for reliable offline routing and guidance.

via: Our Review

Favorite Four – GPS Apps

If you really want to start using your iPhone as a money saving gizmo, getting a solid GPS app is the way to go. Sure, they tend to cost more (a lot more) than your average app, but think about the alternative. There are plenty of people out there driving around like loons, taking directions from Sean Connery voice coming from a $150 box sitting on the dash. Come on people, use your iPhone’s.

But don’t get stuck using the Maps app that’s included in your phone. It doesn’t have any cool view options, seems to only find Circle K’s and 7-Eleven’s when you search for “gas station, and won’t talk to you when you need a friend the most (when you’re lost). Only the love of a good GPS app will stick with you through thick and thin. Well, unless your battery runs out… make sure you get a car charger.

MotionX GPS Drive

The original mother of all cheap GPS apps, MotionX GPS Drive only costs 99 cents. Less than one dollar! Included in the app has live GPS Navigation, all sorts of options to change your route preferences, and best of all, an amazingly well organized search function. Instead of leaving your fate to a Google search on your area, MotionX finds anything you want around you, from airports, to restaurants, to grocery stores, to hospitals.

Voice settings are optional on the app, and unfortunately it does cost money. You can either purchase voice for $2.99 a month or $24.99 a year, depending on what you want. I know what you’re thinking, “hey, that’s not so cheap!”, but it’s still cheaper than most of the rest. The cheaper price may be due to the fact that there is no option to have Sean Connery guide you around town, but such is life.

$0.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-09-25 :: Category: Navigation

Mapquest 4 Mobile

So when I said that Motion X was the original mother of all cheap GPS apps, Mapquest 4 Mobile took the crown by being free. Free voice, free navigation, free everything. It’s definitely the cheapest of the bunch. It’s a bit slow, though, and the search features really aren’t that great. If you are looking for a big chain of something or another, like Sonic or McDonalds, you are in luck, but anything that is local is in the dark. I did a search for Liberty Market in Gilbert, AZ, a popular restaurant spot, and the app came up with nothing.

It’s hard to beat free though. If you know where you are going, and you have an address if the place isn’t a chain, this is the app to get.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-06-11 :: Category: Navigation

NAVIGON Mobile Navigator

I always hear NAVIGON in people’s lists of favorite GPS apps, and it’s no wonder why. It’s clean, it works without a data connection, and it offers more features than your average bear. It offers text-to-speech street names, Reality View, which shows you what lane you should be in to get off at the correct exit, real time traffic ($19.99 lifetime fee), live weather updates, and “Clever Parking” which shows you all of your parking options by your destination. At no point in using this app will you long for your standalone GPS box, and that my friends is a huge plus.

The app does take up quite a bit of real estate on your phone (1.52GB for the N. America version), but having the ability to use the app in the middle of the desert is well worth the plot. If you want to lower the land grab (and lessen the cost a bit, too), you can buy regional versions for only $29, making NAVIGON one of the less expensive options on the market.

$59.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-07-22 :: Category: Navigation

CoPilot Live
My favorite GPS app of them all however is CoPilot Live. It’s fairly affordable at only $19.99 ($4.99 if you only want the USA), and gives you the same premium feel that NAVIGON gives you. It has text to speech street names, Live Traffic (for an extra $9.99) that automatically re-routes you around traffic messes, and a live services package ($20/yr.) that gives you live updates on various gas station prices, among other things. It also has really big buttons, which come in handy when you’re fumbling around with your phone while driving (which you’re not supposed to do). Best of all is that CoPilot is fast. Faster than all the rest, and speed makes me happy.

In case you were wondering, CoPilot, like NAVIGON, downloads the entire app to your phone allowing for offline navigation. Also like NAVIGON, the file is huge. 1.33 GB huge to be exact.

$19.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-08-13 :: Category: Navigation

CoPilot Live North America

CoPilot Live North America

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
CoPilot Live North America was, to me, an unknown GPS app. Perhaps that's why I was so pleasantly surprised. I think I found a new favorite GPS App.

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