CoPilot claims that approximately half of the 400 million iOS-powered mobile devices sold are of the Wi-Fi only variety of the iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini, which also means the lack of a dedicated GPS receiver underneath the hood, and CoPilot intends to change that by transforming these Wi-Fi only devices into a full-powered voice guided, turn-by-turn navigation unit. This is made possible thanks to a partnership between CoPilot Live and Bad Elf, where merging together Bad Elf’s high performance GPS and CoPilot Live’s fully offline maps and routing, consumers can now use their iOS devices to the full potential – all without having to add on additional monthly data charges or require another mobile Internet connection.
Each CoPilot Live/Bad Elf bundle will come with a Bad Elf GPS receiver, a perpetual license for CoPilot Live with full USA maps, voice guided, turn-by-turn directions, 7 million+ offline Points-of-Interest and regular free map updates via ALK Mapsure. Anyone interested in picking it up?
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