When comparing Copilot GPS vs Sygic, the Slant community recommends Sygic for most people. In the question“What are the best GPS navigation apps for Android?” Sygic is ranked 5th while Copilot GPS is ranked 12th.
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Pro Saves time by adjusting routes on the fly depending on traffic
Includes free trial for ActiveTraffic data, giving you fastest routes taking into account traffic data which can help save time when driving at high traffic times.
Pro Has navigation profiles
Remembers routes/places traveled to
Pro Works really well in metro areas
Pro Free offline mapping for convenient use when away from data
Users can download map packs for different regions along with points of interest to allow for easy navigation when in an area without data or using a device that does not have a cellular data connection such as a tablet.
Pro Heads up display
Pro Offline navigation
Internet connection is not required.
Pro Lane guidance
Pro Detailed and up to date commercial map data
Utilizes commercial data for its maps. While not strictly better it can have more up-to-date map data than OSM with better coverage. This is also the reason for the the good address data.
Pro Good address data
This app can locate address without external data.
Con POI search somewhat lacking
Hard to find some places that are present on different maps.
Con Premium can be pricey
Premium features unlock unlimited voice navigation and ActiveTraffic can cost quite a lot at $29.99 when compared to other premium map/navigation apps.
Con Updates require running the app
After a Play Store update it is important to run the app once to download all the offline data again, otherwise it will not be usable when no external data is available.
Con Poor map viewing
Sygic's interface is tailored to navigation. While viewing maps in 2D is possible, it populates the map with a bunch of POI icons which detract from street names. The biggest issue is how easy it is to select something or start navigation when zooming in/out.