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jchoong
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Re: SYGIC for Android

Postby jchoong » Tue May 29, 2012 11:05 am

Sygic has excellent aftersales service. Since I purchased my Sygic, I have changed my hp 3 times (once due to change in motherboard that changes the IMEI) and have no problems getting a replacement activation code from them. Papago don't measure up well in this regard!
Nuvi 2575; 40LM; Nexus 4

jaycelou
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Location: Malaysia

Re: Sygic

Postby jaycelou » Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:04 pm

Here is my pricing comparison for both for Android (26 June 2012):
PPG: RM 129.00
Sygic: Euro 9.99 + Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore map Euro 23.99 = 33.98 (RM 135.779)

In term of pricing, PPG is obviously cheaper, in addition, PPG is much "local" compare to Sygic and map update are more comprehensive.

jaycelou
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Re: SYGIC for Android

Postby jaycelou » Tue Jun 26, 2012 11:21 pm

gpsmy wrote:Sygic will not fly in countries like Malaysia & Singapore, as long as they don't work with a free map community like MFM. It is nice to see all those 3D things, but what is the point when the map is not updated & point you to no where? If you're familiar with those places then you don't even need to look at the GPS screen itself.

If Sygic wanna to be successful then they should partner with MFM.

:rox:

You are right! =D>

jaycelou
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Re: SYGIC for Android

Postby jaycelou » Tue Jun 26, 2012 11:32 pm

jchoong wrote:The Euro9.99 was a promo price; it is now Euro13.99.

don't forget, Euro 9.99 only the app, you have to purchase M'sia, S'pore map for additional Euro 23.99

jchoong
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Location: Singapore

Re: Sygic

Postby jchoong » Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:40 pm

I paid only Euro 9.99 and got both the app as well as the maps for SG and MY. It was a promotional price.

Edit: On Sygic site, the SG/MY package is listed at Euro23.99 - it includes the apk and maps.
Nuvi 2575; 40LM; Nexus 4

jaycelou
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Location: Malaysia

Re: Sygic

Postby jaycelou » Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:13 am

jchoong wrote:I paid only Euro 9.99 and got both the app as well as the maps for SG and MY. It was a promotional price.

Edit: On Sygic site, the SG/MY package is listed at Euro23.99 - it includes the apk and maps.

Thanks for the info.
Sygic is famous internationally but SEA isn't that popular. The next question would be how detail and how often Sygic update MY maps. As we know MY road can be messy and "amended" all the time with compare to SG road.
Have you use it in MY? How good is it?

sol_badguy
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Re: Sygic

Postby sol_badguy » Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:21 am

for me, sygic is one bloody good software, if not because of its infrequent maps update, I will still continue using it. I am using Papago right now

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eddy_duyung
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Re: SYGIC for Android

Postby eddy_duyung » Thu Jan 24, 2013 1:25 am

jaycelou wrote:
gpsmy wrote:Sygic will not fly in countries like Malaysia & Singapore, as long as they don't work with a free map community like MFM. It is nice to see all those 3D things, but what is the point when the map is not updated & point you to no where? If you're familiar with those places then you don't even need to look at the GPS screen itself.

If Sygic wanna to be successful then they should partner with MFM.

:rox:

You are right! =D>



Agree....
Nokia 5800XM , Garmin nüvi 50LM,Garmin nüvi 880,Garmin nüvi 255W,Garmin nüvi 2465

sherlene
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Re: Sygic Mobile Maps for s60?

Postby sherlene » Mon May 12, 2014 9:55 am

yes. i want this.
samsung galaxy tab 7.7

pritisinghip
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Re: Sygic

Postby pritisinghip » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:51 pm

Navigate anywhere, even without an internet connection. Our navigation with offline maps always works, even when there is no internet connection, so you can rely on Sygic GPS Navigation to guide you to your destination.


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