By Sebastien BUET

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2017-03-12
  • Current Version: 1.53
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 4.34 MB
  • Developer: Sebastien BUET
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 1.5
From 10 Ratings


Transform your iPhone and iPad into a head-up display for any car with HUD Nav - Turn by turn Head up display navigation. Look for a location, chose a route and place your iPhone/iPad on the dashboard — you’ll see the directions, distances, and other information, reflected on your windshield. Drive safer and keep your eyes on the road, and know in advance what’s ahead. Features: - Watch the direction and distance to the next turn, right on the windshield - HUD interfaces with clear, simple and non-distracting information that you understand immediately - Double tap the HUD to change the information displayed. 4 different modes are available: + Direction and distance + Direction, road/street name, and distance to the next turn + Direction and distance to the next turn, remaining distance to destination and expected time arrival (ETA) + Detailed direction, road/street name, and distance to the next turn - Get voice instructions and drive with a co-pilot - Motorcycle mode: the HUD is not mirrored so you can use the app while riding your bike, or driving in bright conditions - Save places and locations to quickly drive to them later - Works with Apple Maps app: send routes from Maps to the app, and drive them with the app HUD Note! - On a clear day or bright conditions, the device screen brightness is typically insufficient to give a decent reflection for HUD mode. In that situation, you can use the app in motorcycle mode with the phone fixed with some mount. At night, in dusk, or in dull weather the reflection is normally well-discernible. - When driving, make sure that your iPhone or iPad is well fixed in some mount or on some sticky pad, and doesn't prevent you from clearly seeing the road. Continued use of GPS running in the background can quickly drain your device battery. Note that the app uses the same "route search engine" as the Maps app. However, as not all the iOS features are available in all countries, you can check the list of features available for your country at If you face any problems or find any bugs, please email us at or report the bug right from the app. We appreciate your feedback! Check out our other iPhone and iPad apps at, with hundreds of discounted and free apps.



  • Not worth it

    By crap send review no name
    Trying to get my money back very difficult to use input data etc not accurate no street names going back to reg gps
  • Not impressive.

    By Andres8428
    You don’t get much for what you pay for. I did not think you would have to pay so much for the app after buying equipment. They clearly did not earn the blog review that called them a great tech gadget this Christmas. I will not be giving these as presents.
  • Issues

    By Bryantjonesy
    Is there anyway I can change a setting in the app that shows me street names?
  • Does not invert

    By Howkasam2
    App does not invert. Display is always in motorcycle mode even when deselecting in settings.