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CoPilot in the News: January

It’s been another great month for CoPilot. The New Year started with BadElf bringing GPS accessibility to Wi-Fi only devices and another successful MacWorld-iWorld event. We’re on par to have a fantastic 2013 and we hope you are too!

We are very pleased to see the positive reaction to our exciting news this month and we’d like to extend a very special thank you to everyone that took the time to feature CoPilot on their site this month.  As always, we greatly appreciate your support!

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WiredCoPilot Live is your inexpensive, updatable-for-life GPS app available for multiple smart device and computer platforms.”
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Mens-Health-231x62-logo-1“If you don’t have a megabyte to spare, download the CoPilot GPS. Unlike Waze, this app is usable off the cell-grid. And unlike the downloadable competition, you can load maps by region—slashing the amount of memory the app hogs.”

 

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“Merging together Bad Elf’s high performance GPS and CoPilot Live’s fully offline maps and routing, consumers can now use their iOS devices to the full potential – all without having to add on additional monthly data charges or require another mobile Internet connection.”

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Tuaw1“The CoPilot Live software with the Bad Elf GPS unit is a good way to get high-quality navigation without shelling out more money for a data plan. If you wished your WiFi iPad or iPod touch could help get you around town or navigate a long trip, this hardware / software package is worth investigating.”

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“When used with CoPilot Live software, the new Bad Elf GPS Adapter will add GPS support to your devices without the need for a data plan of any kind.”

 

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Featured CoPilot Live MacWorld sale in their Macworld/iWorld 2013 app and hardware specials article.

 

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“With the small GPS dongle, coupled with CoPilot’s own navigation software, your WiFi iPad can be up and running in no time, providing navigation goodness without the need for a data plan.”

 

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maclife_logo“Bad Elf GPS is a small satellite receiver you can use with an iPod touch or iPad that doesn’t have GPS (the tiny 30-pin one is $99.99, or the Bluetooth Bad Elf GPS Pro is $179.99), and get turn-by-turn navigation anyway. There’s no Wi-Fi or 3G required as you’re driving, since the slick CoPilot Live app lets you download all the map data in advance.”

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Listen to The My Mac Podcast for an interview by Guy Serle with our CoPilot Team at MacWorld-iWorld 2013.

 

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Mens-Health-231x62-logo-1“If you don’t have a megabyte to spare, download the CoPilot GPS. Unlike Waze, this app is usable off the cell-grid. And unlike the downloadable competition, you can load maps by region—slashing the amount of memory the app hogs.”

 

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