Best iPhone navigation apps

We review and rate the best iPhone GPS navigation apps in the App Store

The dominance of Apple's iPhone is largely thanks to its App Store, and some of the most useful third-party applications are fully fledged navigation apps that take advantage of the phone's GPS capabilities.

There is no shortage of GPS-based apps available for the iPhone, including from big brands like TomTom, Navigon and CoPilot Live, as well as lesser known players like Sygic and NDrive.

If you're after a navigation solution for your iPhone either for in the car or for when you're on foot, check out our guide to the best iPhone navigation apps.

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NDrive Australia iPhone app

Though many of its limitations can and will be corrected by future software updates, as it stands the NDrive Australia GPS iPhone app is clearly lagging behind the competition.

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  • 5th Nov., 2009
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • NDrive
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  • Pros:
  • Can swipe menu screens and pinch to zoom the map, clear and straightforward map screen
  • Cons:
  • Erratic GPS performance, volume isn't loud enough, voice guidance is below average, no text-to-speech, lack of customisation options, interface lacks visual appeal of other GPS apps
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