Scotland Offline Navigation

Scotland Offline Navigation

By ARTSIOM YAUSEYEU

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2017-12-10
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 257.21 MB
  • Developer: ARTSIOM YAUSEYEU
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0

Description

PATHFINDER IS TOTALLY ONBOARD (OFFLINE) NAVIGATION APPLICATION, NO INTERNET CONNECTION IS REQUIRED. Efficient routing algorithm will always choose the best route to get you to your destination faster. Pathfinder gives you premium quality Voice-Guided driving directions in 21 Languages. FEATURES: • No Internet required – don’t pay for roaming • No Ads or additional payments • Essential for home and travel • High definition map – 17 Zoom Levels • Add multiple way-points – plan your routes more effectively • Use driving, walking and bicycle navigation • Turn-by-turn voice-guidance in 21 languages • Alternative routes – choose fastest or shortest path • Speed Limit alerts • Lane guidance • Automatic smart rerouting • Automatic Map rotation according to your heading • Avoid Highway/Toll roads option • Day / Night mode • Save locations you love • Share your location with friends/ family • Search using Postcode/ City/ Street • Local search for places of interest (POIs) • Car audio integration by Bluetooth or cable • Find your nearest parking, gas/ petrol, tourist attractions etc. App contains detailed maps of the biggest cities in Scotland: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Paisley, Livingston, Hamilton, Cumbernauld and others. Happy driving!

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Reviews

  • Good backup

    4
    By gwy photo
    I rented a car with satellite navigation and got this app as a backup. The car navigation didn’t work much at all so we mostly relied on this. I put my destinations in as bookmarks before I left and used this to navigate to wide variety of areas in Scotland. There were a few hiccups, but overall it saved us a lot of headaches.
  • whoa horrible

    1
    By Tsltsl01
    This thing is completely worthless and literally cannot find any points of interest nor can I get it to navigate even with Wi-Fi connected. And why are there no reviews geez

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