Maps Speedometer

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About this app

Maps Speedometer shows your current speed in any app. It automatically detects when an app of your choice is active and shows an elegant overlay with a speedometer. It is also possible to show the speedometer when you connect to an other Bluetooth device.

- No advertisements!
- No internet access necessary, no backdoors sharing your private information;
- It automatically shows and hides if a chosen app is active or not;
- It automatically shows and hides, depending whether a Bluetooth connection is active;
- Choose between miles, kilometers per hour or knots (mph, km/h or kn);
- Hide it for 10 seconds by touching the overlay;
- Adjustable transparency;
- Adjustable size;
- Adjustable position, just drag it anywhere you like;
- Adjustable colors and styles;
- Can be used with any app installed on your device

At the moment it is not possible to show an overlay over the Maps app in Android Auto. Android Auto currently only supports audio or messaging apps (within some strictly defined boundaries).
We hope that Android Auto will become more open to allow apps like Maps Speedometer and Maps Speed Limits to show an overlay on Android Auto, but at this moment there doesn't seem to be any incentive at Google to do so.

Please contact us if this application does not work properly on your device.
We will try to fix the problem for the next release.

This app uses Accessibility services. This app will only use Accessibility services to detect the current active app, so it can show the overlay with the apps chosen by you in the configuration.

Maps Speed Limits, an app to display the speed limits based on where you are.
Updated on
Oct 25, 2022

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873 reviews
Keld Orum - Petersen
February 17, 2023
Running on OPPO A74 5G with Android 12, have to help the app start first time after boot up, no big deal, but other than that it does work, have used it for years and would hate to abandon it, great supplement to Copilot, update: Now on A13, it's now as it should be, thank you so much 🙂👍
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A Google user
December 29, 2018
Installed this on my Honor 9 and followed all instructions to the letter but the speedometer will not show up on anything, not even its own app let alone Google maps or Google maps go. Update: after a lot more searching and head scratching I discovered drop zone permissions in the phone manager app. in there is the speedometer button to switch on drop zone. Now it works, at last.
29 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 4, 2019
5 months on Pixel 3: Superb app. With Android 10 running flawlessly in Google Maps + Waze + MapFactor — all of which, indeed, have their own integrated Speedometers. Fact is the degree of customization / control of display in this app remains outstanding, seriously augments the navigators, and justifies its modest cost. Bravo Dev — and here's hoping you continue to develop it!
15 people found this review helpful
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What's new

The best speedometer for any app Android 13 support!

➡️ Activate on app launch or Bluetooth connect;
➡️ No advertising or in-app purchases;
➡️ Privacy guaranteed: We don't store and/or sell your personal information.