Designed for the 200 million owners of (Wi-Fi only) Apple iPads, iPod Touches and iPad minis, the new CoPilot and Bad Elf collaboration is sure to please. Lacking the necessary hardware components to receive GPS signals, these iOS devices were previously unable to work as a navigational aid.
Innovative thinkers at Bad Elf and CoPilot have come up with a way to help these users receive voice guided, turn-by-turn directions. Consumers will rejoice in the news that CoPilot Live's maps are available completely off-line, including all routing options, which means no additional monthly charges for data use will be incurred.
Good news for users that already have a bluetooth-GPS (like the Dual XGPS 150), CoPilot Live's software is compatible with any NMEA-ouput receiver. Save yourself some money and make your iOS device work double-duty, it's a win-win!