Takes some weird slower routes This app is good as it's free but after using it in America/canada/uk/cyprus I've come to realise that it takes you on some weird routes that are slower. I've seen some strange country roads using this app when a freeway was a faster option . It's like it sometimes wants to bring you the scenic route. In Cyprus we were on the motorway and it took us off it and put us on a dusty b road that ran beside the motorway for no reason. I don't know who decides the routes or if they are just computer generated .
Works great on CM12.1, not so much on stock Marshmallow. I had some issues moving my maps to my MicroSD on Marshmallow, but I'm running CM12.1 again and it works really well on it. The one thing I would recommend focusing on is your POI database. If you could integrate Google Maps POIs this app would be amazing. Right now it won't even find Disneyland?! We shouldn't have to look up addresses in another app to get directions to major POIs, hence the 3 star rating. Will update when the database is larger.
Better Recent update has fixed the crash on exit issue but it still needs the old Google search feature or similar. Back to 4* for now and 5* when you add a decent search engine, even if I have to in-app purchase it.
Ace app but with some flaws The maps are great, but the paid-for speed cameras are completely inaccurate, in the UK at least. I also can't move the app to the SD card on a small 8gb Galaxy tab, which makes it unusable on that device.
Only useful with no phone signal Navfree was good, Navmii is rubbish. Was a good navigation app but TBH if you have a data connection just use Google Maps... It's far superior to this woefully lacking app and is totally free (Navmii even charges for street names to be spoken - Google Maps foes not). Also the app does not handle my Nexus 5 GPS correctly - road position is behind my actual position by around 20 feet and the display lags behind when driving. Google Maps however has pinpoint accuracy and refreshes constantly.
Excellent Used it with the downloaded Australian maps and travelled 1600 miles down the east coast and it worked a treat. Had a few minor issues but not enough to detract from the advantage of having a totally free international sat nav on your mobile.
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