These are wacky times we live in, don’t you think? In the span of a few years, we’ve gone from a world where having a stand-alone GPS device in your car was a WOW feature, to one where it’s almost considered standard. Just about everyone has some kind of a GPS. Whether it’s planted in the dashboard, connected with a suction cup, or an app of some sort on your fancy phone, getting from Point A to Point B has never been so easy.
Unless, of course, it’s not, and you’re one of those people who rely on a substandard app on your phone that makes you take your eyes off the road and almost wrap yourself around a telephone pole while looking for directions that would be more easily followed with better maps or the spoken word.
Enter CoPilot Live, an outstanding GPS app that Abel Communications has represented since the start of the year. What we love about CoPilot Live is that its technology and interface really are outstanding – so when we’re pitching the media on a review, we can stand behind the product confidently and say, “This is great technology, you really should give it a try.” And that’s what CNET did. Auto tech reviewer Wayne Cunningham gave CoPilot a spin and came away impressed, saying, “Its most compelling feature are the full set of maps it includes, making it possible to navigate without a data connection.”
Here at Abel, CoPilot has become more than a client; their GPS app is on all of our phones and it’s our ‘go to’ for navigation. If you’d like to learn m0re, visit their site at www.copilotlive.com/us and give the CNET review a read by clicking the image below.