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Free Maps, Search & Gas Prices: AT&T GPS Navigator

By AT&T Services, Inc.

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Customer Reviews:
- "Love It." - Skanouff
- "Awesome Navigation... Only GPS I use" - Drpr23
- "This app is excellent... I rate this app as the best" - AhmedAwan
- "Got me everywhere with no problems!!!" - SMB77

Keep AT&T Navigator at your side to find the cheapest gas prices, avoid traffic and discover local places. Quickly and Easily.

Know what traffic’s like and get instant alerts when new jams pop up. Then route around them with one tap. It’s like having your own personal traffic helicopter. Use Multi Routes to choose from up to three different ways to get to your destination based on real-time traffic, distance and drive time.

Discover millions of places in an instant. Just tell it what you’re looking for. Or use Quick Search to type it in; browse restaurant reviews, find the nearest shopping malls and even the cheapest-priced gas. With one tap view locations on a map or get GPS navigation.

So there you have it. Quick. Easy.

AT&T Navigator, we’re taking GPS mapping, search and navigation to a whole new level.

AT&T Navigator works on AT&T iPhone 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G, 3G-enabled iPad and iPad 2. It does not work on the original iPhone, iPad with Wi-Fi only or the iPhone 4 on Verizon. Must have an AT&T mobile phone number to subscribe.

A subscription charge will appear on your AT&T wireless bill. During the initial AT&T Navigator setup, you can choose between monthly or annual subscription options.

Monthly Subscription: Pay $9.99 per month. Monthly charge will appear on your AT&T wireless bill. Cancel at any time.*

Annual Subscription: Pay $69.99 per year. The charge will appear on your AT&T wireless bill. Cancel within 30 days of subscription.**

Existing AT&T Navigator Monthly Subscribers: If you would like to convert to an Annual Subscription, first cancel your monthly subscription.* Then restart AT&T Navigator and choose the Annual Subscription option setup.

*Cancellation for Monthly Subscribers: Deleting this app from your device will not stop the monthly subscription charge. To cancel the subscription and monthly fee from within the application, go to Tools & Extras > About and select Billing and Subscriptions. You can also cancel your subscription at or by calling AT&T Customer Care at (800) 331-0500.

** Cancellation for Annual subscribers: To cancel your Navigator subscription and receive a refund, you must cancel within 30 days from the application activation date by calling AT&T Customer Care at (800) 331-0500.

AT&T Navigator: Coverage not available in all areas. Service availability, timeliness or accuracy of location is not guaranteed.

What's New in Version

You took the time to tell us what you love about the app and what you don't. We listened and made some updates.

> Enhanced performance
> New app icon

Let us know what you think. We want to hear what you love about the app and what we can do to make it even better. Send your comments to, Subject AT&T Navigator iOS.


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Customer Reviews

Life...& Time Saver

I've been living on the west side of this city for the last 30+ yrs & still got lost until I got this app when I got my 1st iPhone (it was a 3G). I have no sense of direction (& I mean NO sense of direction) even when people would give me directions to wherever. This app is well worth the $120/yr. I'd probably spend that much or more driving around trying to find my destination. Like everything else, there are some changes that I'd like to see. For starters, I prefer the old icon. It stood out A LOT better from all other icons which made it a lot easier & faster to get to. It would be helpful if, when using the audio for directions, if alternate names where given as well. For example: the app will say something like "take exit 258" and that's the Todd Dr. exit. It would be nice to hear both "exit 258" & Todd Dr. Similar to that is the names of streets if they're also highways. For example highway 151's street name is Milton Ave. It would help A LOT if the street name was given as well. The last thing I can think of off hand is that some of the information is outdated. Driving around trying to find a place that no longer exists is a waste of time & money (gas isn't cheap) & is really quite frustrating although it doesn't happen often. HOWEVER, I'd rather put up with those things (until AT&T changes it) than get lost & end up being late for stuff or missing it altogether.

Latest release is a big improvement - but still buggy AND is costing me every single month

The good - latest release has solved a lot of problems and is now pretty clean The bad - when iTunes player is playing AND with AT&T Nav running - volume level of AT&T is many times greater than that of iTunes - with no way to indendantly adjust one over the other - net result is - if you are playing music at any kind of listenable volume, the AT&T navigator "shouts" - and heaven forbid you turn the music up to a "loud" level (some of my music I like to LISTEN to) - you'll run the risk of damaging your speakers. The ugly - routing errors still exist - "Proceed North" - on my dead-end cul de sac where my home is the furthest point north on the street is an obvious example. Red light camera database seems useless. In conclusion - this isn't a 1/2 bad Nav system - which SHOULD earn it 4 or 5 stars EXCEPT that it charges a hefty monthly fee. . . . Come on AT&T - for the money you're charging - this thing should be top flight - - - not an also-ran close 2nd.

att nav

i have used it for long time now because it helps to let me know where i am going but one thing it repeats up to 3 times when i am close to any turns or getting close to the point area so i use it on iPhone 3GS to iPhone 5 then i started to use iPad 4 so i found out the different map size so on iPhone is limited view and iPad is bigger view almost whole city and roads with street's name or numbers thats so much better than before and updates is much better too so keep up a good work and it has 5 stars on it but i wish i could give you a 10 stars so great work

Free Maps, Search & Gas Prices: AT&T GPS Navigator
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Navigation
  • Updated: Nov 15, 2013
  • Version:
  • Size: 23.4 MB
  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Seller: AT&T Services, Inc.

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, and iPad mini with Retina display Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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