In this video, we take a look at an app called "CoPilot" for the iPhone and iPad. CoPilot is an offline GPS application that provides the capability of navigation without requiring an internet connection. This obtains it's signal coverage by the satellite with the built in GPS sensor of your iPhone and cellular iPad. Now how accurate is this? Is it capable and useful? Well, in this review we go over the user interface and take the application out on a short test drive to see how it performs. This is being tested on an iPhone 5 that does not have a cellular connection and to be sure it cannot obtain one, no sim card was in the device. In the end, we will conclude if this application is worth the purchase or not. Is this the right application for you? Stick around and see for yourself!
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I have a problem with my CoPilot... I’m hoping you or anyone who may read this, can help me. I don’t get any Spoken directions whatsoever when I have music on in my car!! If I switch from music to Aux, I immediately hear the Spoken directions!! Is there a setting I might be missing in the app?? I have the app on my iPhone!! Thank you!! Does anyone know of a direct email to contact CoPilot??
Chris Williams It works 100% offline. The only thing that only works online are the weather and active traffic features, but the full GPA navigation works with no internet connection. This is a paid version though since the free version is limited on features, but try that one first and if you like it purchase it.
After partnering with Wirex, the company was able to add XRP token support to its Visa card. Subsequently, the number of sign-ups and transactions on the platform had a considerable boost.
The very fine qualities of XRP continue to pull users and firms towards itself with the latest addition of Bitcoin Superstore. Earlier this year, Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of Ripple said the only way of XRP decoupling from Bitcoin influence is through mass adoption.
This movement has supported the saying that the token has more utility than predicted and in fact the firm pushed up ahead and donated millions for humanitarian causes and charity. The first feedback was not that big, however judging from the most recent development Ripple is enjoying the last piece of the cake.
With the above announcement by Bitcoin Superstore via their twitter handle, users can almost in an instant complete settlements with XRP while purchasing from different retail outlets. These outlets being the leading ones like eBay, Amazon and others. If you choose to go for this option remember that XRP in the past has given out results of being cheap for both the merchant offering to accept the token and the user.
Or, even shorter, build a massive, level playing field in which assets can compete to bridge payments, then try to make XRP a winner on that playing field.
This is an ambitious, maybe even crazy, plan. But Ripple has raised tens of millions of dollars, has over a hundred full time employees, and our successes to date speak for themselves. That is, of course, no guarantee of success.