Sygic GPS Navigation has two main display modes – Map browsing mode and Navigation mode.

Map browsing mode is the mode the app usually displays when you start it – your position is displayed as a small blue circle with a thick white outline. It shows the direction your phone’s orientation in with a blue arch spreading from it – based on your device sensor, it should usually point towards the direction that so called “top side of your phone” points towards. This mode allows you to scroll around the map of the world and discover various places from a top-down perspective. You are also able to select destinations from the map in this mode, as well as add waypoints when you have a route already created.

1. Main menu
2. Destination search/History
3. Favorites/Contacts
4. Current position
5. Zoom control
6. Center the screen on your position
7. Quick menu

Navigation mode is started automatically *after you select a destination and then pick a route to start”.
In the screen below, you can see an example of the Navigation mode

1. Nearest navigation instruction
2. Signpost for the instruction, and secondary instruction that will follow the current one
3. Points of interest along the route
4. Lane assistant
5. Collapse/expand the POIs on route
6. Zoom control
7. Report menu
8. Current street
9. Your position
10. Speed limit
11 Current speed
12. Route overview
13. Information bar (time until arrival, estimated time of arrival, remaining distance to destination)
14. Quick menu


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