What's the point in GPS apps when we have Google Maps? Taking a look at the CoPilot app.
The first immediate beneficiary of my GPS decision was my phone bill - unlike Google Maps, which relies on your phone being connected to the internet, CoPilot can work offline. This is great news as O2 charge customers £2 for 15mb of data per day when abroad. To put this into perspective - that's maybe three refreshes of your Facebook news feed, if you're lucky.