To ensure that you are satisfied with QuoVadis X and that your expectations are not disappointed, we have summarized some important information here. You should read this before you buy QuoVadis X. You can also test QVX for 25 days for free, simply download, install and then activate the demo version.
QVX runs on all Windows-64 computers from Win 7-64. QVX does not run on 32-bit Windows. The macOS version runs from Sierra. OpenGL 3.3 or later is required.
More info see here.
QVX and all map and routing items must be activated online. You must have a customer account in the QV-Shop, even if you have purchased QVX or cards elsewhere.
Activation takes place via an Internet connection. QVX does not require SN, but is activated via the QV Shop account. Newly purchased cards can also be activated for QVX via the QV-Shop account. If a card from an older purchase is not listed in the shop account, this card can alternatively be activated in the QVX activation dialog via SN.
**The demo time of 25 days also requires a QV-Shop account and must be activated in the activation dialog.
Further information see here.
QVX and all card and routing items may be activated on two computers. If you have more computers, you will need more licenses, 2 for 4, 3 for 6, etc.
More info see here].
QVX is not the successor to QV7. Therefore there are some functions from QV7 which are not or not yet included in QVX. Example Multitracking, or the Roadbook-Editor. Please check hier to see if what you need is included.
QVX for Mac and Windows are largely identical. However, there are differences when a certain function requires a foreign library that is not available for Mac. For example, the HERE maps do not run on Mac, nor do the compass and DAV maps.
More info about this see here.
You may wonder why the routing has to be paid extra every year, when it was always included until QV7. This is because the providers of routing services are no longer free of charge for us either, but charge usage-based fees.