CoPilot in the News: March

March brought more great news for the CoPilot team as well as the return of spring! We started our spring sale which is on now until April 8th and updated CoPilot for the next generation of high-res Android devices.

Here’s a comprehensive roundup of all the wonderful reactions CoPilot received this month. A huge thank you to everyone who took the time to write about us, we appreciate your support!

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economist-logoDifference Engine: Are we there yet? by N.V.
“Then there are paid navigation apps such as Navigon ($40) and CoPilot GPS ($10). Both function like high-end portable GPS devices, with spoken turn-by-turn driving instructions, points of interest, alerts for speed-limits and speed-camera locations.”

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ASK MAGGIE: Can dataless smartphones still use GPS navigation apps?

“CoPilot GPS is a free app that also allows you to download maps for an country or region. It also offers “millions of points of interest.” This makes it easy to locate nearby restaurants, hotels, and more. But if you want voice guided directions, you’ll have to upgrade to a more expensive version of the service. You can get the U.S. map version for $10.”

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cio‘CoPilot Live’ GPS App for iOS, Android is Worth A Test Drive by James A. Martin

“I could go on, listing even more useful or cool features, including free traffic updates for one year ($10 annually afterwards). When it comes to unique features, this is a terrific GPS navigation app.”

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