I finally tried this and it's hilarious how terrible the app is. If I want to find anything but an address or a gas station, it's useless. It didn't know where my work was, so I went out and edited the map on my desktop. I spent about 3 hours in a 1 mile radius fixing up everything I could find - fixed bad roads, added missing businesses, added parking lots, added roads into the parking lot, so on. Tried the app the next day and the directions wanted me to drive down a completely separate road and go into a subdivision about 2000 feet north of my work. While following along the directions, a horrible computer voice would bark,
I shut it off and did the same route with google maps, which sounded more like this:
"begin heading north on John Smith road"
"at the roundabout, take the second exit to continue on John Smith road"
"in 500 feet, turn right onto Matthew Meriwether street"
"your destination is on the right" (google displays a street view of my work)
In addition, it's encourages distraction in a very persistent manner. It would play a sound and flash a notification about earning points, encouraging you that there was an icon
to drive over that would get you points. There would be all the icons of the other wazers driving about, hazard notifications, and the constant desire to report an issue instead of paying attention to the issue.
As a passenger I could see it being entertaining, but as a driver, it's likely to kill you.