No way to create an account and no app support. Coupled with numerous 1 star reviews these guys have brass for trying to extort $29! All you guys had to do was have a simple stable app with easy sign up and I’d have tried it. Just responded to my inquiry and maybe we could have done business. Now there is no way I have any confidence in you or your app.
I’ve used this app for around 10 years, always accurate, I swore by it and promoted it to others even purchasing the payed app. In 2019 I was traveling in North and south Carolina and it had a few glitches. I upgraded it to the RV version thinking it would correct the issue but it did not, not only is it wildly inaccurate it had me leaving the interstate to make a u turn and then right back on it for no reason at all. The “rv routing” had me on one lane roads in the middle of nowhere again taking me down a road to make a u turn for no reason and then right back on the road I was already on. I looked at Apple Maps and the routing copilot took me on was almost 100 miles out of the way by the time I had to back track and go the correct rout. I really liked copilot and hate that is changed to a mostly useless app. And yelp for a search engine is useless as well. I have to find what I’m looking for on google and then add the address. I am very disappointed
When crossing between Arizona and California during day light savings time the eta will be a hour off. Also since one update the app adds time to your etas. This is a giant headache at best.
Love it, just needs Apple CarPlay and then it’ll be my absolute FAVORITE GPS app. Even google maps offline maps can’t hold a candle to this amazing app
If you depend on Apple Maps or Google Maps for navigation on Android or iPhone devices you’ll invariably find you don’t have cell service and your navigation is helpless, just when you really need it. CoPilot GPS has great maps of North America with periodic updates to stay current, and also supports RV routing profiles to avoid surprises of weight limited bridges and low overhead clearance. The routes are very stable once planned and not frequently trying to recalculate confusing alternates that are often useless and misleading which is a big complaint I have with Google. For the price and features nothing comes close to CoPilot GPS. The Facebook and twitter accounts don’t seem to be current or active at all, but that doesn’t matter, the app and data are well maintained.
You are required to create an account on first launch to use the app. You can't use a password manager to create your account or input your password. Spent 10 mins trying, but the PW field won't accept pasted values & it doesn't trigger iOS as a password field. Most other apps figured this out long ago. I don't have time to manually manage & input complex passwords. Deleted without using the actual app itself.
Full time RVer in our 40’ 5th wheel and NEVER move it without having CoPilot running. Search function could be a tad better, but over 3 years of use and my copilot has never let me down yet.
I normally don’t reviews, but in this scenario it’s must for your benefit. This version of the app added an auto renew features, which broke the app, made it completely unusable, because it won’t let us pay for the service. I actually enjoy using this gps service while I’m driving my semi. The solution for me was to downgrade my app to the last version, which was a pain, but it solved the issue. Now Customers love convenience and ease of use, forcing customers to message support to active service is basically shooting yourself in the foot. Creating an avoidable inconvenience and making it difficult for customers to pay just isn’t financially logical. Just downgrade the app from the market till you’re able to resolve this bug.
What the hell, you add one area of map and in the app there is no way to add more maps
Have been using the app for years, but recent updates have been making the app worse. They’ve taken out the option to choose preferred roads and now, after the latest update, I have to boot the app a few times before it remembers I’ve paid for the month ... which alone is annoying that they can’t just use Apple’s subscription service to automatically renew. Most subscription based apps seem to be able to do this without glitches. Hopefully they can fix the problems.