Contest: CoPilot GPS Giveaway

Discussion in 'Android News' started by WenWM, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. king_43

    king_43 Member

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    I too live in the hills of Tennessee and When the phone drops signal its extremely hard to find where I need to go, I am horrible with directions and if it wasn't for Google maps in the city I would probably still be lost. This would be great! the places you find yourself when you phone looses signal its almost scary to ask for directions
     
  2. Dyerseve

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    Because even with Google Maps I still get lost, which results in constant complaining from my lovely girlfriend who thankfully never reads this forum or I would need this to find myself a new place.. But yeah, I'd still like it :)
     
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    I should get it because I'm totally rad...........and I know where you live!
     
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    I am about to drive From Wa State to Las Vegas with the family to visit for a week. If you have ever driven through Salt lake City, Utah, you can imagine how extremely tedious it can really be. CoPilot would be great as it would give me something else to play with while through the long drive, that way I won't have to sit there and text my wife who will be sitting next to me. :p Words are better read, not spoken. haha

    No but all seriousness aside, err, but to be serious, the CoPilot would be a great addition, and I will be sure to bring back a slide show of my trip. :)
     
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    I gave my copy to my sister and I don't have the heart to ask for it back. I do a lot of driving in the boonies and google maps cache feature helps, but it's no substitute for downloaded maps.
     
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    I would love to get this for my wife. She is directionally challenged. If she is out on the road, and loses data (as she has in the past) she calls me, and i have to pull up mapquest and direct her, this can get quite tedious on a long trip! Save my sanity!
     
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    I never go anywhere so I would use this to get there quicker. :blink:

    ...BTW, does this include a year supply of gasoline? :laugh:
     
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    I need this because I'm a Nascar driver...when I get on those big oval tracks, I keep getting lost and can never find my way back to my pit. My crew chief keeps yelling at me "Just keep turning left, you'll find the damn pit road entrance"!!! I tell him "chill out, I'll be there in about 13 seconds", then I pass pit road again. Those circles can get confusing. Don't get me started on road courses, I never know where I'm at, all those left turns are fine (i'm used to those) but then you throw in all the right turns and the hills....woah, talking about brain overload!! This tool would definetly help me find my crew and pit road. The only way I find it now is to drive around until I run out of gas and have the Tow Truck come haul me back to my pit!!!! I could do without the embarassment. If this thing works really well, maybe it will help me find my pit and if I'm really lucky, the checkered flag one day. Thanks!!
     
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    I need this because you can never have too many apps on your Droid that do the same thing...

    Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio

    Evernote, Colornote, Note Everything

    Fancy Widgets, Beautiful Widgets, Widget Locker

    Handcent, Chomp, Go SMS

    Google Maps, ummmmm (something's missing) :)
     
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    I want, I want, I really really want!!!!
     
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    I tend to drive around 100 miles a day generally to different clients each week. Would be nice to have another option when it comes to driving.

    Also, I figure I am feeling extremely lucky as my first child, a son, was born on the 26th of this month, 2 days ago, and super healthy and no problems. So I am feeling extremely lucky today.
     
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    I would use this to stalk random food resurants. I need food to Survive! plus i broke both my arms at once! who does that...