The Windows Phone Store is home to several top-notch mapping and navigation apps like Nokia’s HERE suite. Now you can add one more option to the mix: Televav’s Scout GPS for Windows Phone 8. Download it now
Scout GPS is a roadworthy co-pilot for your travels or trips around town. Find points of interest, look at maps for cities and routes across the United States, and navigate from point-to-point. The app also features several Windows Phone-specific customizations: For example, you can pin a search category or a specific location to your Start screen as a Live Tile. The app and basic navigation features are free. Voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, traffic alerts, and other premium upgrades will cost you $4.99 a month or $24.99 for an annual pass. Give it a test drive—or check out the nice hands-on review today from ZD Net’s Matt Miller.
Thought about installing until I read all the reviews. This app is getting blasted right now. Tons of problems and the app is asking for a phone number to register...NOT!
Not acceptable. Android has this service for free not to mention that it is much better and more reliable.