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    I am using Igo primo on a PND.

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    I use a dedicated Garmin GPS when driving but I use my android smartphone for navigation everywhere else.

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    I use Yandex the navigator

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    I'm using android smartphone. It's more comfortable

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    I've been a loyal user of CoPilot for years. However since a firmware update of my android phone the battery drains incredibly fast when using the app. I'm therefore willing to look around for an alternative since the market for offline navigation apps seems a lot more mature now. Especially TomTom and Garmin seem very good condidates with their clean and simple interfaces. I will orientate myself some more; suggestions are welcome.

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    Dedicated GPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurens123 View Post
    I've been a loyal user of CoPilot for years. However since a firmware update of my android phone the battery drains incredibly fast when using the app. I'm therefore willing to look around for an alternative since the market for offline navigation apps seems a lot more mature now. Especially TomTom and Garmin seem very good condidates with their clean and simple interfaces. I will orientate myself some more; suggestions are welcome.
    Battery draining is normal using GPS, if you use it for driving ,get a car cable.
    Try iGO and Navigon too, Garmin is a ported app and doesn't work on newer Android firmware.
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    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Usually I use niether and plan my trip with google maps etc before leaving.

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    I have mobile and Garmin Oregon 600. In the car I use Google maps, it talks and is friendly. In the bike I use Garmin Oregon 600, a matter of toughness and batery life.

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    For a quick look at the map or routecalculation for personal use in car the smartphone.
    The Michelin-app or apple-maps.
    This is for use before the trip, not for guide while driving.

    For use in truck Tomtom PNA to guide while driving.
    Used to have Tomtom truck but dissatisfied about it due to uneconomical and timeconsuming routing,
    frequent ignorance of truckprohibited streets and strange routes because of "ghost-heightrestrictions" (avoid 4.00 mtr tunnels while carheight is set at 3.90 mtr)
    I am very satisfied about the Tomtom not-truck versions.

 

 
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