I suched as iExit when I reviewed it a number of years ago at US$ 0.99. Now I like it even much more. Included functions, a nicer GUI, and it’s free. Unlike most navigating and POI-based applications, iExit highlights exactly what’s just past highway exit ramps. If you are seeking meals, gas, coffee, hospitals, remainder quits, you name it, iExit will point it out.
The app has a brand-new iOS 7 look, and 25 pre-programmed searches, however you can look for anything by entering in any kind of description you like. Search outcomes consist of a list of locations, a one-touch telephone call button, appropriate internet links, a Google Road Perspective photo and an instructions button which allows you pick Apple Maps or Google Maps (by means of either the app or a browser).
If you are no place near an interstate exit, the app will certainly inform you that, and offer you distances to the local leaves, then a solitary click informs you what teams and services are at that exit. You also get a small chart to inform you where the destination is in connection to the exit.
I made use of the old version fairly a bit on roadway journeys, and this new version is slicker, has an updated database, and the Google Road Perspective attribute is possibly beneficial. Being used the app, I located that occasionally the Street Perspective picture was facing the incorrect direction. I’m unsure if that is a flaw in the Google software program hooks or iExit, however occasionally that attribute was less than helpful.
iExit needs iOS 6 or later on. It’s an universal application and it is maximized for the iPhone 5. If you travel by vehicle at all I assume iExit costs placing in your Trip or Navigating folder.