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New App: Via is Voice Guided Turn By Turn for Runners

Posted by on September 5th, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

You can think of Via as voice guided turn by turn navigation, for runners. It’s pretty simple — set your start and end points, then go! It’s compatible with the built in Music app so you can listen to music while running — the voice navigation prompts will guide you over the music. Awesome idea.

ALK Technologies, known for its great mobile navigation software, has made a pretty impressive move with their latest app: the navigation app in question is free!

CoPilot GPS uses a freemium style model to ensure it’s free. Users can plan their routes without an internet connection and figure out the best turn by turn route, whether they’re in a car or walking. Points of interests are installed, as well as the option to find a destination manually.

It’s all quite professional and as anyone would expect from a paid for navigational app.

The difference here is that it’s completely free. An in-app purchase of $24.99 unlocks voice-guided navigation with the option to also download a real-time traffic service for $9.99 for a 12 month subscription.

It’s a wise move as CoPilot GPS is immediately appealing for anyone in need of a navigation app but at a low price. Plus, there’s always the option to unlock further features.

It’s out now for both iPhone and iPad.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-05-10 :: Category: Navigation

There’s a new competitor for the navigation app throne and its name is Don’t Panic. Admittedly this is a new competitor for the UK crowd as it only currently works in the UK but it could be well worth a look for those from these fair shores.

Don’t Panic promises to be precise in its turn by turn instructions as well as speedy with some impressive promises of being up to 100 times faster than its competitors. An intuitive search feature is easily and instantly accessible from any point within the app and the ability to find destinations via partial addresses and points of interests is possible along with other typical navigational features.

A constant internet connection isn’t even needed as the maps are available offline presumably aiding the speed issue hugely with promises of no stuttering or image lag.

For the asking price, Don’t Panic offers unlimited free updates for the app with iPhone users exclusively getting unlimited free updates on the maps that come with the app itself.

Don’t Panic is available now for UK users and priced at £19.99.

The team at ALK Technologies has launched its GPS navigation app, CoPilot Live HD, for the iPad on the App Store. The app has been designed specifically for the iPad 3G’s GPS receiver and large screen to provide turn-by-turn, voice-guided navigation.

With recent news of iPad’s being fitted into car dashboards, this is particularly exciting news for those shopping for a new SatNav device for their vehicle.

Street maps are stored on the device and the app can display both 2D and 3D map views with turn instructions for the driver. The app automatically switches between portrait and landscape view and provides iPod controls from within the application, another bonus for those planning to dashboard-mount their new Apple tablet or connect it to their in-car sound system.

CoPilot Live HD offers a feature for users to plan trips offline and preview routes to find the most efficient journey before setting out.

“CoPilot Live HD provides an absolutely sensational GPS navigation and planning experience on iPad 3G,” said Michael Kornhauser, Managing Director at ALK Technologies. “Developing for iPad was a natural step following the tremendous popularity of our CoPilot Live iPhone app. It’s a really fantastic platform for navigation that allows us to fully exploit the many years of expertise we have gained from supporting tablet computers with our CoPilot Live Laptop products.”

CoPilot Live HD is priced at $29.99 for unlimited use with free quarterly map updates through 2010.

Find out more here

$29.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2010-04-30 :: Category: Navigation

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