The previous version of CoPilot's satnav app has proved so popular that it's been given a full makeover, despite\u00a0the previous app only being updated a few months ago. Following a successful launch on the Android\u00a0Market, the new CoPilot Premium UK & Ireland app has finally made its way onto iTunes, and is currently\u00a0available at a 50 per cent discount.CoPilot Live Premium UK & Ireland (iPhone)\nFormat\niOS 3 or later\nPrice\n\u00a314.99\nWhere\niTunes\nThe UI has been completely revamped so that frequently used features are easier to reach. You'll also be given\u00a0the choice of three different routes, so you can either vary your route each time you travel or avoid traffic\u00a0depending on the time of day. You'll also have the ability to re-route simply by dragging the onscreen route\u00a0to a different location - useful if you want to avoid a specific road or roundabout. The ActiveTraffic function\u00a0takes into account real-time traffic speeds in order to calculate the fastest route and avoid any\u00a0unnecessary delays.The new app also has social networking integration - you can share your journey details using in-app\u00a0Twitter updates or check in with Facebook Places, making it easy to keep in touch with your pals if you're\u00a0travelling in convoy. The app also offers Bing local internet search for looking up nearby businesses, while\u00a0the new Wikipedia function means that you can check the facts for any local attractions without having to\u00a0leave the app.You can choose from 3D or 2D maps, or a directions-only navigation view, and there's also a new walking\u00a0mode to help you find your way around when on foot. Crucially, the maps are stored on board so that you\u00a0can access them offline, without having to worry about any reception issues.Although intended for use primarily on the iPhone (after all, it's the iDevice that you're always likely to have\u00a0on hand), the CoPilot Premium app is also compatible with iPod touch and iPad as long as you're packing iOS\u00a03.0 or later.You can pick up the app for a special introductory price of \u00a314.99 for the first 7 days, but you'll have to get\u00a0your skates on as it hit iTunes on 8 July, so you haven't got long. After that it will go up to the regular price\u00a0of \u00a329.99, while ActiveTraffic subscriptions will cost \u00a39.99 a year.