Review: CoPilot GPS For iPhone and iPad

In this video, we take a look at an app called “CoPilot” for the iPhone and iPad. CoPilot is an offline GPS application that provides the capability of navigation without requiring an internet connection. This obtains it’s signal coverage by the satellite with the built in GPS sensor of your iPhone and cellular iPad. Now how accurate is this? Is it capable and useful? Well, in this review we go over the user interface and take the application out on a short test drive to see how it performs. This is being tested on an iPhone 5 that does not have a cellular connection and to be sure it cannot obtain one, no sim card was in the device. In the end, we will conclude if this application is worth the purchase or not. Is this the right application for you? Stick around and see for yourself!

List of download links to multiple versions: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/alk-technologies-ltd./id324327454?mt=8&pt=206970&ign-mpt=uo%3D4&ct=en-us

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Comments

Chris Williams says:

My phones shut off and i use to get to work and back, i haven’t memorized the route i have horrible memory. I wanna make sure it works 100 percent ofline and its with free version?

ISLAND DAVE says:

I have a 2016 $65.000 f-250 loaded and ford said people don’t use installed gps any more so I have to use my phone.

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