Interesting...will give this a try.You can also give MapQuest a try, which is free. Voice guidance is good and has excellent routing. The UI is pretty basic though.
Other than that I would go for Navigon if your looking for something that also has a great UI. Plus it stores maps.
Of course. Try using search sometime:anyone use motion x drive for gps?
how do you like it? is it worth it?
Nope.if you use a third party gps app do you still use the native maps app anymore?
I use those features all the time. Works great. I love Siri, but until I say to Siri "I'm in the mood for Coffee" and have her then route me there using Motion X, I'll stick to using Motion X for such things as I can just simply have it search along route and add it as a stop. Viola! Easy and works great.do you use all the features it has? like searching for restaurants and coffee places? or just navigation?
That's the great thing about MotionX too. It routes you based on traffic from moment one. I no longer second guess it anymore as I've had my fair share of times thinking I knew better only to end up being stuck.it's even taught me a couple of sneaky ways to get back home when the traffic on the freeways is bad.
It prefeches quite a bit of data / maps. I wouldn't worry unless you choose to go 10 miles the opposite way.As others have mentioned, there is the ability to pre-cache map tiles at the start of a route, but what concerns me is what happens if you need to re-route and you have no cell service?
Really? I think Motion is very well laid out and organized.however motion seems to be a bit clunky and cluttered in the UI department.