CoPilot GPS – Car Navigation

CoPilot GPS – Car Navigation

By ALK Technologies Ltd.

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2012-05-10
  • Current Version:
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 79.06 MB
  • Developer: ALK Technologies Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 3,928 Ratings


Built for you, the driver. CoPilot is always ready to guide you with clear directions, reliable offline maps and powerful trip planning. Trusted by over 16 million drivers, emergency services and professional delivery fleets worldwide, CoPilot is packed with advanced features and smart routing to help you navigate with confidence. This latest generation CoPilot (version 10 to be precise) has been completely overhauled, making planning and driving easier, safer and more enjoyable. Includes 7 days voice-guided navigation and ActiveTraffic. After 7 days you can purchase premium navigation features through in-app purchase or enjoy route planning and offline maps for free. RELIABLE OFFLINE GPS: CoPilot does not need a mobile connection so there’s no risk of being left stranded without maps in mobile dead spots or incurring high data usage fees. Premium quality street maps are stored directly on your device. DRIVER-FRIENDLY DIRECTIONS: CoPilot minimizes driver distraction with clear driving views, easy to read turn instructions and fluid uncluttered 3D maps. CLEAR VOICE DIRECTIONS: Enjoy detailed voice-guided directions with text-to-speech technology to pronounce full street names. POWERFUL TRIP PLANNING: A choice of 3 routes and comprehensive multi-stop trip planning for up to 100 stops. Intelligent trip optimization finds the most efficient way to go, ideal for road warriors and long distance drivers. KNOW YOUR TURN: Safely change lanes and know which lane to be in ahead of a turn with lane indicator arrows, highway exit sign information with ClearTurn™ visuals make it easy to stay on the right track. ACTIVETRAFFIC: Beat the clock with real-time traffic for accurate ETAs and automatic re-routing around delays. A traffic status bar keeps you updated about conditions and delay time on-route. * LOCAL KNOWLEDGE EVERYWHERE: Navigate like a local with millions of preloaded offline places and integrated online search. Quickly find the right restaurant, gas station and much more. Plus many more advanced navigation features to make driving easier, more predictable and more fun. See the full feature list here MAP COVERAGE Choose and download any one offline country/region map for free (Buy additional regions through in-app purchase): ● USA & Canada ● Europe: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, FYR of Macedonia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Vatican City ● Central and South America: Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Falkland Islands/Malvinas, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Barthelemy, Uruguay and Venezuela ● Australia & New Zealand ● Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Reunion, South Africa, Swaziland, Tunisia, Zambia, Zimbabwe ● Middle East/GCC: Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) ● South East Asia: Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand ● India STAY CONNECTED | Twitter: @copilotgps_us | Google+: +copilot NOTES *Requires a mobile internet connection **Safety cameras not available in all regions Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life



  • Very useful GPS

    By Lesview
    Lot's of features.Navigation is good.
  • Not user friendly

    By pittsworld
    Works great on a windows phone but not very user friendly on an iPhone
  • Like it overall but some issues - updated update 2 dangerous app.

    By altalk
    Finally used this for a few thousand mile trip and can definitely state that it is dangerous. Had the profile set to RV and 13 foot high. It guided me off the main route to my destination, then navigated to a narrow lane through the woods to get back to the main road. I managed to avoid this disaster by making a K-turn and going back to the main road, then drove past the “road” it had wanted me to take. It didn’t exist. Somewhere between where it wanted me to turn and the intersection with the main road, it dead ended. Had I taken it I would have had to try to back my 35 foot trailer nearly a mile, assuming I didn’t get stuck in a muddy rut. DO NOT USE THIS APP!!! Pros - can add RV height to the vehicle to avoid low bridges (really a great help); can create and store trips for future use; maps can be loaded in sections to conserve space - maps are used offline. Update - in traveling with our RV, we like to avoid interstate highways. Most gps apps and devices have an option to avoid highways. If selected, you end up with ridiculous routes sometimes hundreds of miles out of the way. This app provides a selection of options where you can select how strongly you want to avoid highways. Then it routes on interstates only where it makes sense. Good feature that should be in all navigation devices/apps, Neutral - provides lane guidance that has become standard; options for routing includes standard avoidances including dirt roads. Update - the lane guidance is definitely behind the state of the art and desperately needs updated. While the map information does not need any internet, traffic conditions (available via paid subscription) does require internet. Cons - no way to get speech working with Chrysler Uconnect if also using hands free phone; graphics for lane guidance pretty poor; speed limit info seems very limited; traffic info requires yearly subscription; Update: Speed limit display :unlike every other nav device and app, speed limits are only available for interstates, rendering it mostly useless. Routing: Seems to route through the middle of towns and ignores bypasses when not on an interstate. Very irritating with an RV. POIs: basically totally useless. Most are flat wrong. Indicating gas or food where there are only fields. Text to speech on Apple- this is terrible. There is one voice that cannot be heard over normal road noise that does text to speech. Other voices have great volume but are irritatingly generic with statements like - exit in 2 miles. You have to look at the screen to see what the exit is called. Update overall: not clear that the serious problems out weigh the advantages. Still searching for a really good navigation app but this definitely isn’t it.
  • Speed limit alert not showing

    By Xpoiuy
    The speed limit alert does not show, even after I set it up in settings. If this worked, it would be good. Reported this a couple times already, but still not fixed. 2 Nov 2018.
  • Good mapping but search if not good

    By GrandpaGeo
    The big problem I have found for an RVer is no searching from state and national parks. The way around is to search address in another app then make it a contact then I can map it. It would also be nice to be able to put a stop in the trip.
  • This app is awful!! DO NOT BUY THE NEW VERSION!!

    By Jasonzz
    I originally bought CoPilot a few years ago to use while driving through Italy. It was a dream -it enabled me to falling back roads, drive without using cellular data and gave crisp voice directions which guided me through town by town. Unfortunately, this new version is unusable. When I bought the new version for Spain and Portugal I found that the cost was $25, because I could not purchase a single country map. The new version is inaccurate (the red dot indicating where you are is constantly humongous around and almost caused a number of accidents as I swerved to take an exit at the last second). It does not contain Voice (unless you pay an additional $18) and is impossible to figure out. I am usually very good with technical matters, but this one continually eludes me. Simply said, I hate it! The old version was terrific and this one is worse than asking a two-year-old child for directions.
  • It’s Often Incorrect

    By Steve..4785
    This gps often shows incorrect street signs, or exit names. I often missed my exit off the expressway because the gps showed something different than what I was looking at in real life. It was very frustrating. It’s just not as accurate and up to date as more popular gps’s. I also didnt like that there wasn’t an option to pause your music or podcast while the turn-by-turn voice spoke. Other gps will do that and this one wont. I also found that it will sometimes randomly redirect you even if you were on the path it told you to be on. It’s just not a great app. I wanted something different than apple maps, but this app is only different in negative ways.
  • A great Navigation app try it!

    By The Forever iPhone man
    This is a great innovative flexible and easy to use navi app you don’t need to use your data connection but recommends to turn better accuracy which helps it coordinate but it’s not always accurate with directions but a lot of navi apps have them issues as well. One problem I noticed is when you want to search for a business or like a location it may not show up in search. But seems to be getting even better over the years. So for the price of $10 for voice turn instructions and the functionality and reliably I would recommend this app as current version!
  • Great App

    By nother_one
    Anytime I need direction , cell service or not it never lets me down.
  • Great Job

    By garygarygarygarygarygary
    The team should be congratulated for their effort. This is a great app. Two things come to mind that make me a fan. The Maps are resident on your phone, so if you travel to an area (like mountains) with no cell service you don’t have anxiety about if you phone will have all the data it needs to properly navigate. The other is the traffic bar, you can “see” out 100 miles and know what’s coming.