Doesn't look too bad. The free map updates certainly help justify the price. I'd be curious to see what iOS users on this forum use for navigation.
"If I still would of have my I-phone , I would take this into great consideration. Nice to know though, I might go back to the I-phone 4 with Verizon, though Android phones are very tempting."
My Android phone came with a free GPS application provided by the service provider. Though I do think that major GPS manufacturers do need to do something like sell there software to stay afloat. Map update prices on true single function GPS devices were always ridiculously priced.
I agree with you. For 60 bucks minus 3 years of free maps, the this would not be a good deal. For that price with 3 years of maps, then it's an enticing deal. Still, I don't think I would be getting it. I'm comfortable using Google Maps Navigation for now.
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Neat, but i got all that i need. Google maps :P
Sweet, I can just pay one price and have the latest up-to-date maps and traffic and GPS-like directions to where I want to go.
Let's see Google Maps do that!
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Rofl this is funny I am downloading CoPilot right now on my Sensation. I have been looking around and CoPilot 8 seems to be quite sufficient for $4.99. Google Maps was used yesterday, needless to say it did not work very well at all. Luckily I did not really need direction I just wanted to see how it worked.
As far as it goes it lagged severally when it new what it was doing at all (it rerouted numerous times while sitting in still traffic). Unluckily as far as on board maps GPS goes the pick is not very big for Android from what I have seen today. I don't mean by network or active data connection GPS here I mean real full GPS apps.
Of course TomTom, Magellan, Garmin all seem to have it on iPhone. I think there was even another brand but I forgot which one. These are all US maps that I am looking for.
Oh by the way the Sensation is a great phone. As far as the GPS availability for it it seems lacking to me for real GPS apps though, at least to me compared. Unless for some odd reason I wanted a Garmin GPS/Smart phone which I in no way do! Oh and if anyone wants a T-Mobile/HTC Sensation wait until next Sunday (Fathers Day) from what I have heard (unluckily after buying one).
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