Don't waste your money I got this app because it was supposed to be available offline. Seems ok until I actually tried it on the road without a data plan (I am using pay as you go). Tried to drive from Quincy, IL to St. Louis, MO and the app could not resolve the address. Complained that it needed data connection. Had to pull into a McDonald's for WIFI. Then it will work again. Horrible! I wish there was a way to get my money back. I have other issues with the unit also: 1) Terrible contact integration (there is no way to get to your contact when you are within Ndrive). 2) Terrible use of screen (I have a 4.7" screen and the speed/arrival indicators are so small that I couldn't read it while driving). 3) No speed limit indication until you are actually exceeding it. 4) POI are old (it directed me to a non existing AT&T store). Save your money and get Copilot Premium for USA/Canada. It is only $8 and works better than this junky app. I can't believe all the positive reviews for this app. How did it pass quality inspection?
Works fine if you have space for it Installed it during a trip to Puerto Rico and downloaded the needed map there. Worked well through tout our trips on the island. The map is tiny and that's why it worked. This app offers no way to choose to store your maps on the external storage card. Where am I going to find 3gb for the us maps in main storage now. Odd.
Oh #&*%^@, TomTom Maps sure wish i knew it used tomTom maps before i bought it and took (longer than the 15 minute refund window) to download. Tom Tom maps are normally bad, but maybe they'll get better with the influx of Apple $$. Wish there was a way to move the maps to my EXTERNAL SD card, as i have one internal and one external. WHY DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR TRAFFIC SERVICES, when it's free from everyone else, that's BS. No TTS??? (Portuguese only!! WTF) . . . I want my money back.
Excellent I have used this programme in the UK, Europe andThe States and found it to be excellent. Used on both an HTC Hero and Samsung Galaxy S2
One of the best Android Navigation Apps Since getting an Android phone, I have been wanting a good GPS navigation application, that had accurate maps, fast navigation, and worked well. I started out with CoPilot USA, and after using for a month or so got fed up with old maps and app freezing up. Ndrive 11 is fast intuitive and the maps are pretty darn accurate. The only problems I have is that the face book integrations can crash the app, and even though it says traffic is supported it isn't in my large North Carolina city.
Works just fine on LG P500 I had NDrive 10 activated on my phone using the free Australian map, however because I am going to visit the USA later this year, I just downloaded NDrive 11 USA for A$34 and in spite what one of the reviewers said, the USA maps came with it. Mind you it took nearly 4 hours to download using my wireless connection at home and I had to buy a 8GB micro SD just to make sure I had enough room. I was pleasantly surprised to note that I was still able to use the Australian map with the new version of NDrive. I just have to select which map I want to use by going to Menu/My NDrive/About/My Maps. I have yet to actually use the GPS but so far, so good. This is a much cheaper option than renting an in-car GPS or buying a new one.
» Native Android keyboard
» Multi-touch gestures
» Better Android OS integration: multitasking, battery-save mode, etc.
» Traffic on the map as upgradeable offer through store (red and yellow busy streets)
» Map aligned north up
» Map in Pedestrian mode now follows phone alignment to the cardinal points
» Dynamic zoom while driving
» Improved controls for 2D/3D map view and jump to current location on map
Navmax is a premium turn-by-turn GPS off-line navigation with voice commands.