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#39983 22-Aug-2009 12:17
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I just got an email answering a long request of mine - it appears New Zealand maps are now available for CoPilot Live 8.




 

 

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  #251013 27-Aug-2009 15:08
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freitasm: I just got an email answering a long request of mine - it appears New Zealand maps are now available for CoPilot Live 8.


why not nz open map. free and very reliable



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  #251014 27-Aug-2009 15:21
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Because it doesn't work with all applications?




 

 

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  #251026 27-Aug-2009 15:57
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What are the major differences between TomTom and Co-Pilot? I recently bought TomTom even though HTC was offering a free 15 day trial of Co-Pilot for it's mobile users.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  #251383 28-Aug-2009 17:18
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freitasm: Because it doesn't work with all applications?



install garmin mobile xt is quite simple....



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  #251387 28-Aug-2009 17:39
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Yes, I know. But Garmin is not free. So your point "why not nz open map. free and very reliable" makes no sense because the maps are free but you still have to buy the application. So not really "free".




 

 

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  #251390 28-Aug-2009 17:45
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freitasm: Yes, I know. But Garmin is not free. So your point "why not nz open map. free and very reliable" makes no sense because the maps are free but you still have to buy the application. So not really "free".



but CoPilot Live 8.  is free?

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  #251440 28-Aug-2009 22:33
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It looks like CoPilot Live V8 cost US$35 which is not free, but it sure is cheap for what it is. The advanced features cost extra. But I'd sure go for this instead of installing a crack of expensive commercial software (which I've decided definitely not to do).




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  #251442 28-Aug-2009 22:44
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Saikit, I am talking about Garmin. The software is not free. You can use free maps on Garmin but you still have to buy the software.

So your point of "free maps" doesn't work. Unless you're advocating piracy, which is not welcome here.

Is it clear now? I don't think we need to keep replying to get the message across.





 

 

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