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Pudsey Bear

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https://www.sygic.com/blog/2018/faster-route-calculation-with-predictive-routing?iitt=VuU9RM4lhMPshFWgxI4sRyP1hdJLRfXcbdiA&utm_campaign=20180617%20-%20Predictive%20routing%20-%20Android&utm_source=exponea&utm_medium=email
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Don't force it, use a bigger hammer. Semper ubi, Sub ubi. 

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Seannachie

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Had better be better than predictive text.
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I've had the Sygic app on my mobile phone for a while now and generally it works very well. I received an email this morning regarding this subject and I reckon I'll give it a go. The only time I've had issues with the Sygic sat nav was about 18 months ago in the heart of London when walking about trying to find a particular building. Not sure if it was all the high rise office blocks about but I had problems finding a route to where I wanted to go.

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I have tried to get on with it, but it's POI handling is difficult, I don't think it has speed cams on it, so I always use CoPilot for navigation, and Maps.me to store my POIs.
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I will just stick with me old Garmin seems to know were I want to go and usually gets me there without any trouble,
if I see traffic building up I just turn of or park up and have a brew till it sorts itself out. Works for me.[biggrin][biggrin]

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I have found the routing on Sygic to take the wrong route see http://mh.orba-design.com/sat-nav-review/ I will stick with CoPilot.
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I got a satnav only a few years ago. Since getting it, I often wonder how I managed for the 40+ years previous to getting around mainland Europe without too much trouble armed with only a map (and generally a small-scale one too). Okay, I'm a Luddite. [biggrin]
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