Sygic GPS offline navigation debuts on Windows Phone
- Windows Phone Area
- On January 28, 2015
Works on devices with Windows Phone 8.1
Sygic, a popular offline navigation available on iOS and Android, finally gets a Widows phone premiere, so you can head to the Store and download the app for free on your Windows smartphone running version 8.1. Though it is completely free for most of the features you will probably use, Sygic has added some extra capabilities for power users, available as in-app purchases.
Sygic uses offline maps by Tom Tom, and provides GPS navigation even without internet connection. Of course, for some features like Live Traffic you need to have Internet. These maps can be downloaded on the device (internal storage or SD card) for offline usage, just like HERE. Sygic comes with route planning, POIs, and free map updates for life.
Among the many other free features are Fixed speed cameras, Alternative routes, Lane guidance, Junction view, Pedestrian walk navigation, Drag & Drop route editing, and more.
In-app purchases unlock some extra functionalities like 3D maps, speed warnings, Head-Up Display. Full-featured voice navigation for the US costs $20 for life, while the price in Europe is $25. Live traffic information costs $20 per year.
You can grab the Sygic app from the Windows Phone Store.
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