Best iPhone Sat Nav for light use

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by MrMister111, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. MrMister111 macrumors 68020

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    I have to change cars this week, my current car has intergrated SatNav, new one won't.

    So was thinking of getting a Sat Nav app for my iPhone 4. I currently have N-Drive but now can't find it on the app store. Is this good enough for me?

    I would say that I only use it once in a while really, not heavy and everyday use. I've had Tom Toms and they see fine, but they are £50 for UK map only. Co-pilot is £20 big difference.

    I like POIs as often go for trips with family, Co-pilot doesn't seem to allow you to load your own though?

    Is map share on Tom Tom whereby it updates maps for corrections from users often? I think TT allows own POIs to eg from Pocketgpsworld?

    I also for the few occasions like speed camera database, which I believe Co-pilot and TT do.

    So any others? What are they all like as an expeience on a relatively small screen (integrated one was 6" screen)

    Cheers
     
  2. QuarterSwede macrumors G3

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    You'll hear Navigon and TomTom as the most popular. There are other apps that can send POI's to either but I don't recall the names of them at the moment. Apparently they're a lot better at searching than either app.
     
  3. MrMister111 thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Anyone else please? Tom Tom is £50, Co-pilot is £20, and I've found another one called Navmii for £3!!

    What's the difference? Anyone used Navmii? Does it use commercial up to date map data? You can add speed camera for £1.79 but unsure if it updates evey month.

    I've emailed Ndrive and they've just said sorry Apple removed us from store.
     

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