Rogers Navigator

Rogers Navigator

500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads

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Rogers Navigator is more than just GPS—it’s a premium navigator to keep at your side to get you through your busy day. Find millions of places without switching apps, complete with prices, menus, ratings and reviews. Then get where you’re going with turn-by-turn GPS directions spoken to you in a real human voice. Choose from up to three different ways to get to your destination based on traffic, distance and drive time, and be rerouted if a traffic jam pops up. The homescreen dashboard gives you instant access to what you need on the go: a map of your current location, traffic-based commute times and one tap to popular search categories. It’s navigation, search and discovery all in one convenient app.

Key Features:

✔ Dashboard – Get the relevant information you need on the dashboard, including your traffic-based commute times, map, weather and one-tap access to popular search categories.

✔ Navigation – Drive confidently to your destination with voice-guided, turn-by-turn directions and easy-to-follow visual directions.

✔ Multi Route – Choose the best path for you from up to three routes based on traffic, distance and estimated drive time.

✔ Traffic Alerts –Know what to expect on your route with real-time traffic alerts, and avoid jams with one-tap rerouting.

✔ Traffic Report –See traffic details along each segment of your navigation route, including current speed pace and any incidents that have occurred.

✔ Nearby Places – With millions of search listings, you always find what you need wherever you are by using the convenient autofill search box, voice commands or shortcut icons. See an array of details about each establishment such as phone number, ratings and reviews, and hours of operation to help you make the most informed decision.

✔ Quick Search – Quickly search addresses or businesses around you or in another location using the one bar search tool.

✔ Favorites – Add the places you frequent to your favorites so you can access them easily from the dashboard.

✔ Red Light Cameras – Know in advance where to slow down or stop with alerts about traffic cameras.

✔ Lane Assist – Know exactly what lane to be in and when to change lanes to exit highways.

✔ Speed Limit Indication – See speed limits for the road you’re on and be alerted when you’re driving too fast.

✔ Satellite Map View – Use the alternative satellite view to get a birds eye view of your surroundings and s the terrain around you.

✔ Drive-to Shortcuts – Easy access to your recently driven places and even drive directly to contacts from your phone book.

✔ Car Icons – Personalize your navigation experience with a vehicle icon that best fits your style of driving.

*A subscription charge of $4.99 per month will applied to the Rogers Wireless subscriber’s account. You can cancel your subscription using your phone or by calling customer care at any time. In order to use Rogers Navigator, you must be a current Rogers Wireless subscriber.

**If you are roaming outside of Canada, data charges will apply on a per KB basis at the applicable roaming rate.

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Support for Nexus 6


Comments and ratings for Rogers Navigator
  • (35 stars)

    by Glenn Tonge on 27/11/2014

    I downloaded the app and didn't realize till my second bill that there is this 5.99 charge.... thought odd what is that... well its for his app... and well sorry Rogers once again your coverage on my cell phone is crappy and so is you sneaky way to charge people for you crappy apps...... very disappointed... Google Maps is better but the voice is better on the rogers app... that's all I could say.

  • (35 stars)

    by Ken Knickle on 23/11/2014

    Why pay $5 a month for something Google dose better for free. I wouldn't use this app even if it was free

  • (35 stars)

    by Patrick Peterson on 07/11/2014

    It did not to good yesterday looking for a place a house in Mill Woods said did not known were it is

  • (35 stars)

    by Rishi Caudhary on 03/11/2014

    Rogers stop ripping people off and update your apps, their outdated and looked like their ment for Android 1.6.. Its Android 5.0 generation now. Every Rogers app is crap. I wonder if someone is actually paying $5 a month for this crap... Feel bad for that person.

  • (35 stars)

    by Ratan D on 03/10/2014

    POS

  • (35 stars)

    by scott Tournay on 03/09/2014

    $5 charge on my bill for an app that says it's free is just wrong.....not impressed

  • (35 stars)

    by Jay Done on 09/07/2014

    Good