I agree with others. I have a 2018 Camry and I can’ stand this this navigation! I have a 2015 Scion and I love the nav on it. This is the least user friendly navigation system ever.
Scout GPS Link ranking history and charts
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ASO analyse Scout GPS Link app for iPhone and iPad
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Competitors of Scout GPS Link application
Available in countries
Available for devicesiPhone4, iPad23G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3Cellular, iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4Cellular, iPadProCellular, iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE, iPhone7, iPhone7Plus, iPad612, iPad72, iPad74, iPhone8, iPhone8Plus, iPhoneX,
Versions and releases
Latest version Scout GPS Link: 1.0.53
Apps Changes History:
- 2 months ago: New App Version 1.0.5 ☛ 1.0.53
- 1 year ago: New App Version 1.0.4 ☛ 1.0.5
- 1 year ago: New App Version 1.0.3 ☛ 1.0.4
- 2 years ago: New App Version 1.0.2 ☛ 1.0.3
- 2 years ago: New App Version 1.0.1 ☛ 1.0.2
Navigation System Should Get LOST
I bought my TOYOTA Camry not knowing anything about this navigation system, and I still don’t because I’ve gotten so frustrated In trying to get it to work that I don’t use it. So I can’t provide much details, except to say most people feel the same as I do.
Love the car— HATE the Scout Nav Ststem
Bought a 2018 Camry XLE Hybrid. Love everything about the car, but sorry I bought it with this as the required navigation system. My old 2012 Toyota Prius had a far better, more user-friendly, accurate system with better map graphics options. Spent close to an hour on the phone with the technician to get it working properly with my I-phone X... so now I can actually see a map! Eureka! This involved removing the software on the phone and care and uploading an update. BUT, the map isn’t great. It seems to have only 2 graphics options 2-D and 3-D... and they look pretty much the same. And, unlike the old Prius system, I have to use my cell phone data plan to get the 2nd rate info. What if I am in an area without coverage.... And, to get the map communication, I have to have my phone wired with a data cable creating clutter and mess. And, on a short drive from my house, it directed me to turn on a street that no longer exists and where it was is called a totally different name. I’ve lived here for 15 years and that “street” hasn’t been there for at least that long. Shall I go on??? The mapping of points of interests—-I.e. gas stations— It doesn’t map them—- just gives you a list to choose from which you can then choose for directions. Forget that. I would be better off with a Car play system and use Google maps! Hope Scout GPS has a MAJOR MAKE-OVER in the works because I wouldn’t buy another car with it or even recommend my otherwise great car to anyone!
Absolutely worthless. You would think Toyota could do better
Just purchased the 2018 Corolla and hate the navigation system. It does not give map directions only gives from point A to point B. It gives voice turn by turn but no map guidance.
I don’t see any reason for this app unless you can’t use any other method. Even a paper map is faster. The only reason I’ve even tried this is because it came with my Camry but I still use google maps for navigation and audio. The maps aren’t up to date and it takes a long time to load. I’m constantly reconnecting because it uses a lot of battery power. My 9 year old Ford system was lots better, as is Google & Apple maps. I