Dear readers, there is news here that will undoubtedly make you happy (for those with a license, of course). The iCoyote app gives it the ability to compete with Waze (Waze, which hasn’t fully shown the radars since February). Indeed, since this Tuesday, May 6, iCoyote has become free or almost. Descriptions.
iCoyote becomes partially free! Does Waze have anything to worry about?
Whereas, until then, the application was paid when downloading (you had to pay 1.79 Euros to download it), iCoyote is now free. So you can really and fully take advantage of the first month of the free trial to explore the different services of the app. After this period, users can either get rid of it or subscribe for €11.99 per month. Reduced prices are also available if you become a long-term subscriber (49.99 Euros for one year, 89.99 Euros for two years).
A self-proclaimed “community road information leader”This new marketing strategy should increase Coyote’s downloads 10x to reach 1 million downloads per year in France and more than 3 million downloads per year in Europe.“. iCoyote also hopes increase download/subscription rate thanks to this offer it has now reached 10% vs. 30%.
Speed camera and danger zone warning clearly hopes to compete with Waze thanks to this “free”. Waze is a 100% free application that offers different information about traffic jams and accidents, the presence of law enforcement and more. Among the innovations of iCoyote is a paid option (9,99 euros) and a new interface that allows permanent display of speed limits. If you want to try iCoyote, download the app by clicking the link below. See our selection of Android speed camera warning devices. We want your opinion. Are you using a speed camera warning device? Does Waze have anything to worry about?