Garmin U.S.A.

Garmin U.S.A.

By Garmin

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2011-08-02
  • Current Version: 2.11.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 234.81 MB
  • Developer: Garmin
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 1,615 Ratings


Download Garmin StreetPilot® Onboard U.S.A. and give your iPhone® or iPad® the best in GPS navigation with photoReal junction views, 3D buildings, speed/red light camera alerts and more. Garmin StreetPilot U.S.A. is packed full of great navigation features from Garmin, the world leader in GPS navigation. The app is the first iPhone navigation app to include Garmin’s exclusive photoReal images of complex junctions to help you navigate with confidence. It also includes rich mapping with detailed 3D buildings and landmarks, lane guidance, speed/red light camera alerts and many other advanced features, while remaining simple and easy to use. Optional in-app purchases include integrated real-time traffic updates, photoLive traffic cameras and fuel pricing. Features: • Industry-leading Garmin user interface • Voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions including spoken street names • Millions of preloaded points of interest including gas stations, restaurants and other businesses • Integrated Google™ Local Search
 • Maps for the United States (lower 49 states) installed on your device, so wireless coverage is not required to navigate • 3D buildings and landmarks • Lane assist with photoReal junction view provides a photo-realistic illustration of the correct lane for different maneuvers • Integrated red light and speed camera database including community-generated alerts • Speed limits for most major roads with the capability to report speed limit changes or errors • Where Am I? emergency locator shows your exact latitude and longitude, the nearest address and intersection, and the closest hospitals, police stations and gas stations • Exit services allow you to quickly see services such as restaurants, gas stations and lodging available at exits along your route • Trip planner allows you to create a route with multiple stops in advance with automatic or manual ordering of destinations • Address book integration so you can easily navigate to contacts • Trip computer includes a compass heading and bearing indicator, resettable odometer and trip statistics such as arrival distance, next turn time and average moving speed • Trip log enables an electronic breadcrumb trail that shows you where you’ve been • Weather feature shows current conditions and a 5-day forecast • Location sharing via Facebook or SMS Garmin StreetPilot has been designed to run on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, and it works on GPS-enabled iPads as well. Map coverage- Garmin StreetPilot U.S.A. (Lower 49 States) United States (excluding Alaska), Plus Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthélemy Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • Discontinued By Garmin

    By JoelIrwin
    Just finished talking to Garmin OEM group. They have discontinued development and support for this app. No more updates. They said app stopped working on latest IOS release. Works fine for me but not updated for 7 months. I'll continue using it for a while. I loved it for it's interface and functionality (traffic info was also pretty accurate). Shame they are leaving the app market. They recommended either switching to Navigon (they own the company) or Here (they use their maps).
  • Outdated maps, but still my favorite

    By SDEsq.
    Of all the nav apps I have I still like this one the best because it’s always spot on with traffic. Whenever I see slowing ahead on the map, there is actually slowing when I get there, and it clears up when it shows it will. On the negative, nap updates are always way behind. Basecamp is currently on 18.3 on this app is on 17.3. I’m not sure why the mobile app is always so far behind. I also wish there was a way to import my favorite points of interest from Basecamp. If I was just reviewing traffic, I give it 5 stars. However with the lack of import and the outdated maps and points of interest I’m giving it a 3.
  • Update please

    By MJH-!
    Garmin hasn't updated this app for months.
  • Not bad.

    By moddrocker
    It’s a solid app that does what it promises. It’s. A full(ish) GPS app. Full navigation and maps with or without cell service. In the mountain with no bars. The app uses GPS and Dow loaded maps. It’s good. I wish the resolution was a bit better for the high def phone screens. and I desperately wish it would allow importing of .gpx files for custom routes.
  • Poor Value -avoid

    By Nothing@1
    Although I was willing to pay extra for the familiar Garmin interface, the fact that you have to pay even more for a complete product (traffic, 3D) is criminal.
  • Has the look and feel of the Garmin hardware, but...

    By JMs App Review
    I have been using a highish end Garmin GPS for about 6 years and have found it to be very reliable with directions and easy to use. Although Google Maps, Waze and others have some nice features I do not like their ease of use or accuracy as much as my Garmin hardware. Because of this I just purchased this app. So far it seems much better for ease of use than Google. I like the fact that, like the hardware version it displays the posted speed limit. I like the fact that maps are downloaded so it works without cell service. I don't like the fact you have to download the entire USA when I really just wanted it for a few surrounding states. I was planning to use my old hardware for longer road trips. I am also very annoyed with the lack of app volume functionality. I listen to music over my car audio system from my phone and when the GPS voice comes on it is WAY louder than the music. This is extremely annoying. The app volume button gets dimmed out when docked - not so handy. A $60 app should not have such a basic annoyance. It is easy to use and laid out like my familiar hardware, so I like this. I don't like the fact that it is another $20 to get live traffic - I didn't see this in the fine print. My Garmin hardware gps with traffic antennae worked very well, though if I can't listen to music without the GPS lady blasting me out of my seat I am not so inclined to stick another $20 into this app. By the way, I first bought Navigon thinking this was like my Garmin. It was a different ball game. Although It did have a working volume control, on my first day trying to use it, it did not find a major UPS hub that I was searching for or my workplace of 150 people! I uninstalled it I was so annoyed. I don't have time for such major missing places. If you are in the USA, I would choose the Garmin app over Navigon.
  • Import Option for Trips

    By Xtreme52803
    GARNIN, plz, I need an import option!!! ————————- We need an import option for trip planner. I want to be able to use my Garmin app with my iPhone 7 Plus on my motorcycle while it's mounted to my bike. For this to be an option I need to be able to import my trips from Basecamp even if I have to email the GPX file to my phone. Also... "More Vehicle Icons" is showing blank squares.
  • Horrible

    By Stergosteve
    I paid over $ 50.00 and haven’t been able to use it for at least 3 months. Every tim I try it say that I need to download new maps. I’ve done that at least 30 times and I’m still told I need it download maps... it’s a freaking joke.
  • Update insta crashes

    By Db@AU
    I've used this product for five years and have really liked it. However, Garmin just isn’t doing reasonable product testing. A previous version would instantly crash on launch. The current version ignores navigation settings. Set to avoid unpaved roads, it’s taken me down two in the past two weeks—one up the side of a mountain. It’s running what appears to be shortest route planning instead of fastest route regardless of that setting as well.
  • Annoyed

    By Mr jetski
    Used to be able to use normal garmin extra icons in the old version Now not even an option to load them I want my spitfire back