Apple iPhone has received yet another navigation application this week in the guise of a new turn-by-turn sat-nav application, dubbed as “CoPilot Live”, an early iteration of which was unveiled at the CES back in January this year.
The new application from the labs of Alk Technologies will be available with the iPhone 3.0 update, and present its users with handy turn-by-turn navigation, automatic calculation of routes, voice directions, as well as 3D map displays, across the UK and Ireland.
The news of CoPilot Live coming to the iPhone follows on from recent announcements of TomTom’s £113 app and cradle package and iGO My way iPhone app from NNG Global services.
CoPilot also joins the league of navigation software applications available for the Apple App Store for the blockbuster iPhone, and the British Isles iteration of the new device will be priced at £53.
CoPilot’s parent company ALK Technologies notified that the UK version of the app will be available for £26 with UK postcodes and full address support, which would help users find the required addresses in a much affordable yet effective manner.
However, people looking for European maps will be required to pay £60. The app further incorporates lane assistance to help users be on the right lane during their journeys.