VZ NavigatorTraveling is not something my family does too often, but when we do I know I would like to be able to travel at ease. You know, without the hassle of running into heavy traffic, reaching road blocks and similar just to hear the kids screaming “are we there yet” or “what time is it” or “I want out of this car”. As I often say, there’s an app for that, and yes people there is an app that can help make traveling easier on you and your family.

VZ Navigator is a navigation app with features like lane guidance, natural language voice guidance, and reliable real-time traffic. Have you ever used a GPS that sounds like a robot? As simple as this sounds, having a natural language voice sells me on any app such as this one. Being able to have lane guidance and knowing traffic stats in real time is also a wonderful tool with VZ Navigator.

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VZ Navigator App for VerizonWith VZ Navigator you can also update your location on Facebook or email as well as locate the lowest reported gas prices. This app was created with the traveling family in mind, by the sounds of it. For me, traveling with three kids is always a project but knowing that I have a natural language voice guidance app to lead me the way makes me feel safer and more comfortable getting along on a family road trip. I am often easily distracted by the grumblings of my three kids or the bickering between siblings in the back seat so badly that I have missed my road that I was suppose to turn on in order to get to our destination faster.

You see, VZ Navigator isn’t an app to keep my kids from being kids or having sibling rivalry in my back seat but it can help keep me focused on my next family road trip and it can help you keep focused to arrive safely and on time to your next family vacation destination. Right now Verizon is offering a free 30 day trial to VZ Navigator for smartphones and after the trial this app is only $2 per month, this means you won’t pay a lot to have ease of traveling this upcoming school break season.

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  1. Michelle (29 comments) Reply

    Great review! I have verizon right now and didn’t know this app was out there! I get lost easily this is a great way to get where you need to without getting lost all the time!
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    • brandyellen (460 comments) Reply

      I am glad that you learned about this app then, glad you are a Verizon customer!

    • brandyellen (460 comments) Reply

      I need GPS too but never have been able to afford it or have it. Wish I had Verizon because this service is so much more affordable than any other I have seen.

  2. valmg @ Mom Knows It All (29 comments) Reply

    $2 per month isn’t too bad.
    I had a gps but my cr was broken into and the gps was stolen.
    Part of it was recovered but to buy the missing parts cost as much as a whole new gps so I’ve done without it since.

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