Search 'n' Nav – GPS Navigator

Search 'n' Nav – GPS Navigator


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Search´n´Nav is an easy-to-use online driving companion packed with all kinds of premium content, like turn-by-turn navigation, real time traffic and speed alerts. Automatic map updates at no additional charge and very low data consumption help to make Search´n´Nav a neat as well as cost-efficient application.

As a new user you will get a free 5 days trial allowing you to try out all available Search´n´Nav features. After the trial you may choose to either only use the free features or upgrade to a premium navigation experience from the shop.

When using the free features of Search´n´Nav you will always know where you are, you may search for any destination in the world and see an overview of your route on the world-wide map.

To further enhance Search´n´Nav the following add-on is available for purchase in the in-app Shop for only £2,99 per month or £9,99 per year (and also included during the trial):

* Voice guided turn-by-turn navigation, including:
- Voice guidance - Reach your destination with detailed instructions
- Speed limits - See current speed limits on your route and get alerted if you exceed the limit
- Speed cameras - See all speed cameras nearby on the map and get alerted when you approach one while driving
- Live traffic - Plan your trip with up-to-date traffic info to avoid queues, closed roads and other traffic incidents (can be used both with or without navigation)

You can cancel your subscription within "My services" in the application.

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• Bug fixes and minor improvements

Comments and ratings for Search 'n' Nav – GPS Navigator
  • (59 stars)

    by Dan Iel on 13/03/2014

    Great app, works well and tells you exactly where the traffic is and the speed of said traffic. I'll update review with more use.

  • (59 stars)

    by shahpian Yan on 25/12/2012