Optionally for everyday, leisure, mountain bike and racing bike Naviki provides ideal connections between any start and destination addresses, it immediately shows your routes on a map and navigates to your target by spoken navigation instructions and arrows on the display. Naviki easily records your own trips and synchronises them with www.naviki.org. The result is an impressive personal collection of routes! Simple and practical: Plan routes on www.naviki.org and transmit them to the App by just one click.
Naviki’s most important functions at a glance:
Simply enter your start and destination, immediately get your customised route with the most important additional information.
Spoken instructions and pleasantly large navigation arrows on your display. By means of spoken instructions, the phone can remain in your pocket which is energy-saving. Spontaneous deviation from a planned route is no problem - Naviki automatically calculates a new route to your destination.
Gives you the cycle tracks for your daily activities. Prefers minor roads, bicycle lanes, rather short and straight routes as well as easy accessible and solid surfaces.
Your cycle routes for tourism and leisure activities. Prefers officially signposted cycle tracks, easy accessible and solid surfaces, minor roads and a nice natural environment.
MOUNTAIN BIKE ROUTING
Your routes for great MTB experiences! Prefers unsealed surfaces, single trails, distinguished and signposted MTB routes as well as forest and country tracks.
RACING BIKE ROUTING
Racing bike routes for fascinating fast trips! Prefers sealed and smooth surfaces, tracks allowing high-speed cycling, minor roads, a scenic environment.
Tailored routes for fast e-bikes up to 30 mph on roads allowing power-driven vehicles. Prefers minor roads and a nice environment whenever possible.
Just enter a start and a required length – Naviki calculates numerous alternative round trips to choose from for immediate navigation.
Download high quality Naviki maps on your smartphone and use them independent of internet access.
For all routes Naviki provides a height profile, the highest and lowest points and the total altitude to be cycled upwards.
Records your speed data in the course of your trips and shows it as a graph.
CONNECT FITNESS DEVICES
Connect fitness devices via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and see your pulse and cadence data as a graph.
Speed, average speed, distance traveled and distance to your target always in view.
A proper map always at hand: choose between standard and bicycle map view.
RECORD YOUR OWN TRIPS
Just one tap and Naviki records the trip you cycle and stores it in your personal Naviki Cloud. Easily create an impressive overview on www.naviki.org! You can add an individual description to each route.
Plan comfortably on the web and transmit your routes from www.naviki.org to your Naviki App by just one click.
TURN BY TURN INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL ROUTES
Naviki provides turn-by-turn instructions for paths of arbitrary origin, including those you recorded with Naviki.
Clearly arranged lists show your recorded paths and the routes you calculated via web or Naviki App.
Via Bluetooth Naviki sends the distance to the next turn and navigation arrows to the coachsmart display (www.o-synce-shop.de – saves battery power, your phone remains in the pocket).
Apple Health integration on the Apple Watch app
The continuous use of GPS in the background can significantly shorten battery life.
- Dark mode when cycling
- New map stiles
- Bug fixes
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Ratings and Reviews
voice nav doesn’t work despite paying for upgrade. disappointing .
Could and should be better
The Good: This is a one off payment app with options to further enhance the experience with some in app purchases. As such it seemed a good value alternative to the subscription based route finding and navigation apps that seem to dominate the marketplace.
You can plan routes and some of the loop routes it creates are ok, though rarely brilliant. It does actively try to route you down less busy roads, though I suspect it simply chooses B roads as I doubt it uses up to date traffic data.
It also has the option to import .kmz and .gpx routes via the website, which appears a big bonus, until you try to use them, about which, more below.
The Bad: The navigation is near impossible to understand, particularly on approach to roundabouts. On my first ride I approached a 7 way roundabout. Naviki told me to “turn half-left on street”. I took the first road.
“You have left the route. Naviki has recalculated your route. Please turn back. Turn half-left on route.”
I tried the next road.
“You have left the route. Naviki has recalculated your route. Please turn back.”
This happened on every road except the last. So “half-left” (which, by the way Naviki, is not a thing) turned out in this case, to mean “right”.
Another common error is being told “continue on route”, only to be told a short while later, “You have left the route. Naviki has recalculated your route. Please turn back.” After retracing your route and consulting the map, you will realise that you should have made a turn that the app doesn’t recognise as a different road.
It’s also worth noting that the option to have Naviki ‘recalculate’ your route has never, at least in my experience, resulted in anything other than an instruction to “please turn back”.
Getting back to that file upload option I mentioned. If you log into your account via the website you can indeed upload route information from .gpx and .kmz files. Unfortunately, before you can use these routes, Naviki will insist on creating its own, recalculated version. Initially I thought that this wouldn’t be a problem, surely it would find the same roads and any minor differences would be barely noticeable. Unfortunately, though this occasionally works, more often than not the resultant route is just a hot mess. I uploaded a popular 54 mike loop route through The Peak District recently. By the time Naviki recalculated it, the distance was 136.5 miles and the map looked like a toddler had attacked it.
Finally, while it is nice that it has trip recording functions, it simply doesn’t have the range of options that apps like Strava or MapMyRide do, which means you will inevitably end up using one those apps too, prompting a very fast drain on your phones battery.
In conclusion, this could be a good app but it falls short on almost every count. It is feature rich, reasonably priced and, with only one or two exceptions, fairly user friendly as an interface. It’s just that none of the features quite work properly. Navigation is confusing and frequently wrong, recalculation is non-existent, route upload is pointless and ride recording is basic. Desperately needs improvement.
Seems good, more testing needed
Thanks for the feedback stop record now works, very impressed with your customer service, easy when you know how. I consider myself a bit of an IT expert, but do not think the stop button is very intuitive. Some basic instructions would help.
Will continue testing.
Developer Response ,
you can easily use the 'Stop' button by pushing the arrow from the left to the right ;-). Would you mind adjusting your rating if this works for you?
Bicycle friendly regards,
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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Basque, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- Turn-by-turn navigation £3.99
- Leisure routing £3.99
- Remove ads £1.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.