Hard to answer without knowing what you would like to see, I've tried them all bar the cheapo chinese ones which do actually get good reviews.Ive had TOMTOM, pish. Current unit is Garmin, which has done us well, but can do with a unit more updated and user friendly. Advice appreciated, ta muchly.
Bear in mind the tablet will need GPS built in Terry, not all iPads do (or didn’t)Consensus so far, stick with Garmin, then look at what is downloadable on my old iPad, and use that as bigger screen, also have new larger screen iPad as a back up.
Thanks for replies, folks.
I'll check that out thanks. Although I'm sure my new iPad has gps capability, I'll need to check the oldest one. I looked at the Aguri, they look the bizz!!Bear in mind the tablet will need GPS built in Terry, not all iPads do (or didn’t)
THIS article explains which ones have gps.Bear in mind the tablet will need GPS built in Terry, not all iPads do (or didn’t)
I love my tomtom but a few weeks ago I tried Waze again, I did try it years ago but my phone wasn't quite big enough so I didn't bother, this time I was impressed, we were driving down the M1, a section without a hard shoulder and Waze flagged up a car in a layby, one minute later we passed a car in the emergency layby, clear display, easy to use by saying 'hey google, find Tesco or something similar and it lists all them without you reaching to touch the screen, it works in Europe as well although I haven't tried it myself, I am not sure how much data it uses but that isn't a problem in the UKAs an alternative,, I use Waze in the car, really good for live updates, lots of taxi drivers swear by it. Would depend whether you can use it on either iPad, with or without tethering to your phone.