Since last April Google opened the ban on third-party applications in Android Auto new ones have not stopped arriving GPS navigators to the screen of compatible vehicles after several years in which Google Maps and Waze were the only browsers available.
In recent months, the majority of the best Android GPS navigators They have added support for Android Auto. We’ll see now The eight best GPS navigators for Android Auto that you already use in your car.
When Android Auto reached the first vehicles in 2015, Google maps It was for three years the only GPS navigator that was available, and the one that currently comes by default as in most Android devices.
Google Maps for Android Auto allows us to enjoy on the screen of our car one of the best free GPS navigators with its powerful search engine for directions and places, its maps that are updated daily, its traffic alerts or speed camera warnings.
Maps – Navigation and public transport
In 2018 Android Auto added its second GPS navigator with the arrival of Waze, the second Google navigation application, and also totally free that became very popular for its social functions.
Waze for Android Auto allows us to see your navigation step by step with its real-time traffic alerts and with its popular function of report incidents that we meet during the journey.
Waze – GPS, Maps, Traffic Alerts and Navigation
Sygic GPS Navigation
Sygic It was the first third-party GPS navigator that arrived in March to Android Auto, yes, only for users premium of the application, although we can test this support for 30 days totally free.
Sygic It is a very complete browser, and one of the most downloaded and best rated third-party GPS on Google Play. It has download maps, traffic warnings, radars and speed warnings.
Sygic GPS Navigation & Maps
TomTom NaviGO It is the free and reduced version of the popular TomTom GPS navigator that the company launched on Android this year and whose compatibility with Android Auto arrived last April.
TomTom NaviGO for Android Auto It allows us to enjoy its turn-by-turn directions with its traffic alerts, speed camera warnings or speed limits, among other features. Of course, this free version requires an Internet connection.
TomTom AmiGO GPS Maps Navigation-Traffic, Radars
TomTom GO Navigation
In May, the full version of TomTom GO Navigation to which you have to be subscribed to be able to use its application, both on your mobile phone and on the screen of your car.
TomTom GO for Android Auto It does not require a connection and allows us to test all its functions for free for 30 days. Then you will have to pay through some of your subscription plans (€ 1.99 / 1 month, € 8.99 / 6 months or € 12.99 / 12 months).
TomTom GO Navigation
The famous radar warning Coyote came to Android Auto in mid-June, but like Sygic, Android Auto support will only be available to its paid users.
Coyote for Android Auto allows us to enjoy on the screen of our car its radar warning, guided navigation and traffic incidents.
Coyote: speed cameras, GPS and traffic
At the end of June another free browser came to Android Auto: the popular MapFactor Navigation, which makes use of the free maps of OpenStreetMap, although it allows us to buy TomTom maps.
MapFactor Navigation for Android Auto allows us to use your guided navigation and offline maps, speed camera warnings and speed limits.
MapFactor GPS Navigation Maps
Finally, we end our selection with Gaia GPS, a GPS navigator mainly intended for the more adventurous users, whose compatibility came to Android Auto at the end of last July.
In Gaia GPS for Android Auto we found a GPS that allows us to explore with our off-road car those dirt roads and routes to do in the mountains that other GPS does not include.
Gaia GPS (Topographic Maps)
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