AT&T Navigator: Maps & Traffic

AT&T Navigator: Maps & Traffic

By AT&T Services, Inc.

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2009-06-23
  • Current Version: 5.12.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 53.97 MB
  • Developer: AT&T Services, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.0668
From 509 Ratings


Get real time traffic, maps, offline maps, voice guided directions and more with AT&T Navigator. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Benefits: Beat traffic, find cheap gas price options easily, share your travel details and discover local places all with AT&T Navigator. Get traffic updates, GPS-enabled multi-route recommendations, one-touch traffic avoidance, downloadable maps for offline use and more. Features: +Compare gas prices, find the cheap gas options, and get directions with the press of a button. + Find favorites using more than 142 million local reviews and ratings from Yelp® and TripAdvisor®. AT&T Navigator will be your trusted guide to let you explore with detailed maps and recommendations. + Contacts are integrated into the search bar. Simply type the contact name and select a contact from your address book to retrieve the address and route. + Voice navigation, compatible with blue tooth, available with paying service.



  • Overall a Great App

    By DMF1953
    After years of use, the app has only gotten me lost twice. That FAR surpasses other apps or actually gps programs. There are some aggravating, but correct, directions, but not enough to quit using.
  • Download

    By Smith30121
    Won’t let you download off line maps
  • Wrong Description:

    I wish AT&T would update their description about this app. It no longer offers you the option of downloading a map for offline use. For those of us paying for a yearly subscription, we were never notified or reimbursed for this hobbling of this app. Shame on AT&T and for those of you still supporting this kind of business practice.
  • Leaving Navigator

    By The True Ghost
    I loved the service when I first got it several year’s ago, but there just isn’t a need to pay for a navigation app anymore. There are just to many other options available and frankly it’s a waste of money. Don’t get me wrong I loved the app the whole time and it’s only ever had small glitches, but I can get the same information and route guidance from google maps or the standard maps app. So I am leaving ATT Navigator and putting that $10 a month to better use with something that ads in my business productivity. Now, this is just one business owners opinion, and the fees are tax deductible (taxes are my business) but save your $10 and get something else that will help you be more productive!
  • Heads up

    By Gergan
    When I type in an address and AT&T nav shows me the route instead of the icon going the same direction as I am going it’s headed down. I have searched the site and I cannot find a way to correct the direction of the icon. I have used AT&T nav for many years. I am due to renew in late March but will be canceling me subscription if this does not change or if someone does not tell me how to change this. Text me at 561-801-2024 with a message or instructions to call back.
  • Cancelled my subscription

    By Touch driver
    At one time the benefit of turn by turn voice without an Internet connection was worth the $70 per yr. but after decades of being a loyal User of this app. Its time to take advantage of the better vslue others offer
  • Arrow issue

    By Sigi05
    App was good up until these last couple of months. The arrow is not going the way of travel and it is at the bottom of the screen where I can’t see the road ahead. Followed instructions from tech and still the same App needs option to setup arrow face way of travel
  • Navigation

    By Shellidog
    I’ve had this for many years. I’m having problems now with the program running in the opposite direction. I tried to use it from Minnesota to Texas. The little vehicle would go backwards. Instead of running on my side of the road, it would be on the other side. I’ve reached out to you, and you’ve not responded back. I don’t see the advantage of keeping something that doesn’t work. This program has bugs, and needs to be fixed. That’s why I want my service cancelled.
  • Does NOT sync between devices

    By Odd Duck8
    This app just doesn’t have good support. It won’t sync between devices like most apps will. The map display no longer works like it should because instead of showing you driving along the road as it displays in front of you, it may show you traveling along sideways. This makes it difficult to tell which direction you will be turning next be glancing at the screen. It is also not oriented by north at the top (which would at least make SOME kind of sense rather than randomly moving sideways on the screen). When you finally get frustrated enough to call support, AGAIN, they barely comprehend what you’re asking. The guy I got kept asking me if I wanted to sync between my other maps app to the AT&T Navigator app. I had to explain 4 times that I was only wanting my AT&T Navigator app to sync between my iPhone and iPad. Should be fairly simple, right? NOPE! Can’t do it at all. Come on AT&T, step it up! I’ve tolerated this mediocre app for at least a decade or more, because it will hold favorites, but only in the device used to enter the info. So I’ve spent at least $1200.00 for an app that no longer does what I need it to do and has never synced correctly across devices despite both devices being set to sync to the cloud and to automatically update.
  • Newest version 12/18/19

    By Demonstarting
    This version is very BAD! Don’t buy it until they fix it! The new version makes it EXTREMELY hard to navigate with becasue the simulated roadway doesn’t project in the usual and same way as it did before. They appear to have tried to have the direction of travel track following the actual direction (NSEW) that you are traveling but this means that sometimes the simulated roadway is moving on screen in the opposite direction and then you have to mentally change which way you turn. As an example, if you are traveling south, the app assumes the top of your phone is pointing north so the direction of travel on screen is downward, so instead of the simulated roadway being in front of your “Arrow” icon (representing your car) the roadway ahead of you is off the screen at the bottom. This makes it impossible to see the upcoming turns! You MORONS need to put this back the way it was!!!! I would rather go with GOOGLE Maps for free than to pay for this crappy app again if you keep it like this!