Sygic is a GPS navigation app for the Windows Phone that transforms it into a navigation system which is helpful to take advantage of Tele Atlas maps and the chip. The app is apparently amassed with more than 75 million users on Android and iOS, and now it is finally available for Windows Phone too. The app has nice interface when the device is used for upright or on its side. It provides relevant information for shipping such as the view from above; the distance, the panels, and the arrival time are displayed.
There is also a function speed limits and for traffic advisories. It can work well alone, so does not need Internet connection to function it, although some features like real time accident reports require an active internet connection. It comes with “forever free” GPS use, points of interest, route planning, as well as offline maps by TomTom and map updates. The app has lot of thing, such as spoken street names, as well as three alternative routes to select the easy route editing with drag and drop methods, and waypoints for places you want to visit.
In addition, it also has the possibility to avoid toll roads, a Junction View, dynamic lane guidance that highlights highway exits, caution for exceed speed limits and for fixed speed cams as well as police trap warnings from some other drivers. It is used for landscapes and 3D cities, optimized graphics for high-res displays, pedestrian navigation, and car audio integration via cable or Bluetooth.
Overall, Sygic's GPS navigation app is available in free versions and makes the exclusive and fun Speedometer for Windows Phone.
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