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CoPilot Live HD Available on the iPad 2 3G

iPad 2 3G
CoPilot Live on the iPad 2 3G

For those of you lucky enough to have already secured a new iPad 2 3G, we’ve got great news for you.  After thorough testing, the CoPilot Live HD North America app is officially compatible with the iPad 2 3G. 

We’re excited to report the app is running perfectly, as the picture demonstrates.  Of course that’s probably not really a big surprise as under its new, slimmer skin, it’s running the same iOS 4.3, with the same screen resolution but with double the RAM.  

Moving from the iPad to iPad 2

Although, the good news for dedicated CoPilot fans is that it’s easy to transfer your CoPilot Live HD app to your new device. Simply delete the app from your original iPad and synch the new iPad 2 to iTunes.

On sale in 25 countries including Canada

Eager fans in Canada and 24 additional countries around the world will have their chance to snatch up an iPad 2 today!  We’re already seeing reports that the crowds are out and the lines are forming. 

Win CoPilot Live HD for your iPad 2 3G

Want a free copy of CoPilot Live HD for your new iPad 2 3G, just enter our Spring Travel Sweepstakes.  We’re giving away 10 free CoPilot Live apps every week, as well as a grand prize $200 Travel Gift Card.    Good luck!

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  1. Posted March 28, 2011 at 8:37 am | Permalink

    I’m sorry, but as a software developer I found that phrase amusing. First of all, it’s revealing that you feel the need to say that at all; it should be taken for granted.

    Was your Android phone app also “thoroughly tested”? You know, the one that won’t download maps because an essential file is missing? Did one of your people make “one last trivial change” and send it out without going through QA?

    Does wonders for the public’s perception of software quality.

    • Devon Valenti // Marketing Manager, North America
      Posted March 28, 2011 at 2:22 pm | Permalink

      Hi rabinnh,

      We will be releasing an update for Android later this week that fixes the file missing error. We’ll announce it here as soon as its available.

      In the meantime, you can download and unzip and then copy the support.pds file into your SDCoPilotSave folder and then launch CoPilot. This will stop the ‘Required File Missing’ error.

      Thank you,

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