With so many GPS apps available for your Smartphone, it is hard to know which one to choose. A lot of people know they can rely on TomTom GPS navigation. CoPilot has recently announced their version 8 of the software, which is available to download now from the Android Market.
According to Shane McGlaun from slashgear.com, it is priced at $4.99, which is not much compared to others that can cost as much as $50. All the mapping data is stored on the handset, so you don’t have to rely on your phone’s Internet access like some of the cheaper and free GPS apps.
The fee of $4.99 is a small price to pay for an app that turns your Smartphone in to a GPS navigation device, which also has an improved points of interest database and spoken turn-by-turn directions with street level mapping.
Some of the new features in v8 include a customizable display, Live Local Search, Lane indicator, Live Weather, Border Control, speed Limit Alerts and PhotoNav. Which is your favorite GPS navigation app?