I have my nexus in one of those cases that fold up, and if you have a clipboard thingy in your van in the centre of the dash, I just open the case and hold the case in the clip , and the tab just sits there, never fell off and it doesn't viberateI have a Samsung Galaxy Tab and tried all mentioned and by far the best is Co Pilot .
finding a suitable mount has been my problem .. two that I've tried so far have been useless pieces of plastic crap..
Tablets are relatively heavy so need a substantiation mount ... The first one I bought you couldn't read the map for it shaking.. the second one was little better and it kept falling off the screen..
Before paying for Co-Pilot my advice is to find a decent mount, (if one exists) then try out Google maps and Navfree ..
My thanks to all who have responded to this thread.
Jill has just bought a Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 so I have inherited her Tab 2 7.0 and was thinking of installing a truck sat nav to it to compare with the Noza Tec.
I'll look at Co-pilot and Sygic (always assuming I can make a mount ).
I too am a Sygic fan. I have used both Sygic and Copilot and much prefer Sygic.I've used Sygic for my 7inch Asus (like Nexus but also a phone) for the last 18000 miles across much of Europe. Apart from the odd 'argument' with 'that women! it's worked fine. The mapping is from Tom Tom I believe.
You can also use camper contact with sygic, thanks for that input, that makes my mind up for me.I too am a Sygic fan. I have used both Sygic and Copilot and much prefer Sygic.
On my previous phone I used to have Sygic for Europe and Copilot for when I was in the USA. Both bought a while ago when sat nav apps were much more expensive. Both bought direct without using Google Play Store. Sygic have been great - I have always been upgraded to the latest version with all the improvements and maps free of charge. Copilot I ended up on an older version because they required payment if I wanted the new "enhanced" version. And with that old version updated maps became less and less frequent. Sygic subsequently linked updates to my Play Store account so I can use it on up to 3 devices and get updates quicker. Copilot did not, which meant one device only and no way to move onto another one without speaking to them.
In addition I much prefer the Sygic's user interface over Copilot's. It seemed so much more intuitive. So when I got my new phone earlier this year I easily transferred Sygic onto it, but Copilot needed me to contact them and jump through hoops. At the time Sygic had a sale on and so I bought the North America maps for about £17 I think. So I now use only Sygic.
The only thing that annoys me about Sygic is that they use their own format (.rupi) for POIs. They do provide a converter so you can put your own on, but it is just another step I could do without.