Garmin StreetPilot onDemand now available for iPhone

Garmin has released their new navigation app for the iPhone, Garmin StreetPilot Onboard. It offers premium navigation at an affordable price and is the first iPhone navigation app to include multimodal pedestrian routing, with bus and train transit schedules in many major cities.

Garmin StreetPilot® onDemand brings the power of Garmin navigation to your iPhone® with rich navigation features for walking or driving, a simple and intuitive user interface, and an amazingly low price. Using your data connection, StreetPilot onDemand always has access to the most up-to-date maps for the U.S. and Canada so you can navigate with confidence whether you’re on foot or in the car. Install the app while you’re on-the-go and begin navigating in minutes.

StreetPilot onDemand includes 30 days of access to Premium Navigation with Traffic. After 30 days, you can still enjoy many navigation functions, or you can opt for a monthly or yearly subscription via in-app purchase. This subscription includes voice-guided navigation with automatic off-route recalculation, integrated real-time traffic, photoReal junction view, 3D buildings and landmarks, lane guidance, speed limits and more.

  • Navigate in the car with voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions including street names
  • Access real-time traffic updates and see the estimated traffic delay along your route
  • View speed limits for most major roads
  • Know the correct lane before it’s too late with lane guidance and photoReal junction views
  • Navigate while walking with routes that integrate public transportation into your itinerary
  • See 3D buildings and landmarks for added awareness while navigating

Without a subscription, StreetPilot onDemand still offers many features:

  • Get driving or walking directions to any destination and track your progress on the moving map
  • Find new places to visit with suggestions based on your previous search history
  • Have the latest maps for the U.S. and Canada, downloaded to your device on demand
  • Browse maps you've recently viewed, even when outside of data coverage areas
  • Look up points-of-interest (POIs) such as restaurants, gas stations, hotels and more with Google local search
  • Navigate to contacts in your address book
  • Show / hide POIs, favorites and suggestions on the map, including different POIs by category
  • View weather conditions and forecasts
  • Place calls directly from search listings
  • Navigate in both portrait and landscape mode
  • Pinch, pan, zoom, and rotate maps with full gesture support
  • Listen to music while navigating with integrated iPod® music controls
  • Access other apps on your device while navigating with multi-tasking support

Garmin StreetPilot onDemand is available on the iPhone for $0.99.

[USA App Store link] [N. America App Store link] [UK & Ireland App Store link]

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Richard Batten says:

It's about time for an update! The last version was seriously lacking some important features... I will have to see if everything is fixed, but so far it sounds good!
Edit: Downloaded. Better, (much better) but STILL doesnt allow the user to see how many TOTAL miles are remaining, only Estimated Time of Arrival. I wanna know how many more miles!

Jason Litka says:

Agreed. Best NAV software/hardware I've ever used.

Haj Dove says:

Jesus, I just bought and downloaded the Garmin USA for $39.99 for both phones in my account... figures

Guest says:

That's ok man. You aren't the only one who got kicked in the balls. Copilot screwed it's users by offering a darn near useless app and then revamping it, charging full price for current users.

Guest says:

How is this different from the other two GPS in-car apps?

Ortizchief says:

• Whoa! You paid $22.85 for your iPad? I got mine for free. I just went to this website and they even paid me to take it off their hands! www.doyouthinkweareidiots.çom