PublisherGARMIN INTERNATIONAL, INC
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Download size13 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- location services
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (2)
English English (United States)
Garmin StreetPilot® brings the power of Garmin navigation to your phone with rich navigation features and an intuitive user interface designed exclusively for Windows Phone. Using your data connection, StreetPilot always has access to the most up-to-date maps for the U.S. and Canada so you can navigate with confidence whether you’re on foot or in the car. Install the app while you’re on-the-go and begin navigating in minutes. StreetPilot is loaded with premium navigation features, including voice guidance with automatic off-route recalculation, integrated real-time traffic, multiple-destination routing, photoReal™ junction views, 3D buildings, lane guidance, speed limits and more. StreetPilot also has many pedestrian-friendly options. Get precise directions using all the available public transit options, with a detailed itinerary of transit stops and walking instructions, so you don’t spend your time waiting. Note the trial version only allows for basic navigation and does not include voice guidance. Many of the features listed below are only available in the full version. Full Version Features include: -Voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions including street names -Real-time traffic updates -3D buildings, landmarks - Lane assist with Garmin’s photoReal junction views -Speed limits for most major roads -Integration with Bing search on your Windows Phone -Trip Planner lets you create, edit, and save multiple routes -Integrated Facebook®, foursquare®, and Wikipedia® locations -Detour around unexpected roadblocks or emerging traffic conditions -Customize your experience with free voices and vehicles -Check-In On Arrival makes it easy to post your location to Facebook, foursquare -Address book integration to navigate to contacts -Continue navigating behind the lock screen -Pinch, pan, zoom, and rotate maps with full gesture support
3/26/2015Not much good compared to HERE maps and HERE Drive+. Needs to improve. And I just want to find my way to get there to a destination. The 3D buildings and other stuff distracts my attention.
3/25/2015Only u.s., so ******** worthless
2/17/2015Only issue I have is Cortana doesn't recognize it as a voice navigation app which is disappointing if she did I would do a 5 star
2/13/2015previous version for symbian OS was excellent but this version dose not support previous maps (img format ) it is awful
1/19/2015Garmin is one of the premier names in GPS software so it is very disappointing that this software is complete garbage. Surprisingly, it's actually gotten worse as it's been upgraded. From the loss of a real search utility to the fact that it can't even locate exact addresses you type in, this app won't get you there. Shame on you Garmin.
1/15/2015Awful for Windows phone 8
1/9/2015Most recent update has broken this app for me. Has been fine for more than 2 years. Causes my phone to reboot after about 15/20 minutes...and drains battery to about 30%. Also tired of each "update" not keeping my settings...this should he a given. As mentioned in other reviews, there are better and cheaper options. Too bad...still favor this screen layout more than others.
12/28/2014Reduce the price to 1/3rd see the difference. See the price for copilot. 500 reviews for this app in more than 5 years with 3 star rating. Competitor app copilot has got more than 1500 reviews in 5 months with 5 star rating. Developers should aware of this. This app is Worth of $2.99. Nokia maps and copilot maps are the best for navigation and they are free. Always need data connection for this Garmin app.
12/27/2014Mmmm faltan muchas rutas
12/26/2014Outstanding nav app. Wish I could make it default voice navigation app. Don't know if that takes a Windows phone update, app update, or both.