Get Turn-By-Turn Voice Navigation Free on iPhone 4 & iPhone 3GS with Scout

Sep 27, 2012 - 8 Comments

Turn by Turn Directions with Scout

Didn’t get turn-by-turn voice navigation on your iPhone when you updated to iOS 6? Maybe you’re just not thrilled with Apple Maps? Get Scout right now while it’s free, it offers excellent voice navigated turn-by-turn directions on all iOS devices running iOS 4 or later, including the older iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS that were left out of Apple’s offering.

Scout uses TomTom and Telenav GPS to offer visual directions on the latest maps, so accuracy should be a nonissue. You’ll also find the standard features expected in navigation, mapping, and GPS apps, like real time traffic updates, favorites, commute estimates, weather, voice commands, and more. Not only is the app briefly available for free, but so is a full year of Scout Plus service.

Scout really is a great app in general, so whether your iPhone was left out of voice navigation or you just want a backup offering to iOS 6 Maps on your brand new iPhone 5, grab it for free while you can.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPhone, News


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  1. banger says:

    yeah, ditto to the people leaving the, “you wasted 10 minutes of my life sending me to get something only available in the U. god almighty S……” arrogance is ugly.

  2. Billy says:


    Free nav app that i think is great.

  3. vdiv says:

    Fugedaboudit! Get MapQuest.

  4. Munas says:

    Since you are not calling your site “OSXDaily USA”, it would be nice to mention that this application is available in USA iTunes store only. Additionally, it seams the app has USA maps only.
    Love your site. Please not forget that people from around the globe read your articles, and not Americans only. :)

  5. Jeff says:

    Now you tell me.. where was this post a year ago.. :)

  6. Wayne says:

    not available for download in the uk unfortunately.

  7. Tom says:

    Great app, this should extend the life of anyone with an iPhone 4 even longer.

    BTW the free year of “Plus” service is signed up for in the app on first launch, it’s separate from downloading the app.

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