For those looking for a solid navigation solution Sygic just pushed out an update for their Windows Phone GPS app this morning with support for Parkopedia. Parkopedia (en.parkopedia.com) hails itself as "Wikipedia for parking" and with the integration with Sygic lets users easily find new areas to park when they hit their destination.
From Sygic's press release about Parkopedia:
" Parkopedia has established itself as the world's leading parking service, with a database including 75 countries, 6,300 cities and 38 million spaces. The partnership will bring parking ease to millions of users all over the world."
Version 18.104.22.168 is now live with the support and works with Windows Phone 8.1 devices and Windows 10 Mobile (note, this is not the in-development universal Windows app mentioned a few weeks ago). The addition of the feature comes after Sygic performed a survey and found that 80% of users were concerned with trying to find a decent – and free – parking spot near their destination. The results were posted in their infograph (warning PDF).
Sygic GPS Navigation is available for free on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. There are premium features for specific regions or the whole world attained through a one-time in-app purchase. The license for Sygic can be used on up to three devices under one account and lasts a lifetime.