using Motion X GPS Drive on your iPad


This dude has done it. It is not the most elegant way of using your iPad as a GPS navigation system but may serves as a proof of concept.

Like we said he’s using Motion X GPS drive as the GPS navigation software which only costs $3 to buy but you’ll have to pay $25/year to activate voice guided turn by turn directions.

Bad thing is there’s no built in map data, meaning all the maps have to be loaded over the air. Also it looks like there’s no text-to-speech to pronounce street names.

What’s your GPS navigation solution for your iPad? Let us know.

4 Responses to “using Motion X GPS Drive on your iPad”

  1. Carey Says:

    I loaded motion x gps but also tried Ndrive for iPhone. I was able to get voice instructions as I drove with Ndrive so that is the program I use. No extra cost for the voice directions.What a deal and has proven to be accurate.


  2. Steve Cary Says:

    I use CoPilot HD on mine. I also have MotionX. I would like to see a 7 inch iPad, though. The current one is overkill in most cars. S.


  3. Playstation store chick Says:

    Hmm I never thought about using my iPad as a gps… Maybe ill try next time i go outta town.


  4. jennifer0147 Says:

    Hmm I never thought about using my iPad as a gps… Maybe ill try next time i go outta town.


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