Great! Make it as big or small as you want. Use whatever font you want. Make it as transparent as you want. Move it around on the screen wherever you want. Make it disappear if you want. This is just great. I use it on my 5.7" Android smartphone, I have the numeric speed appear in numbers about 1" tall, and I overlay it on OsmAnd+, Co-Pilot, Galileo Pro, Maps.Me, whatever--works with ALL my nav apps. Extremely accurate too. Refreshes I'm guessing every second or two, and agrees 100% with those "YourSpeed" radar signs they got all over town. Several of my nav apps show my speed on the map screen, but in 1/8" tall numbers. I Iike being able to glance down and IMMEDIATELY see my speed. No squinting, no hunting for the info.
Wanted it to work with android auto because maps STILL doesnt have a gps... it doesnt work on the android auto car screen
I love it. Does exactly what I was looking for in another app. For the extra star... Make it remember its position. Each time it starts I have to drag it to where I want... would be nice and seamless if it just remembered from last time. My apps list is empty in the settings... doesn't hurt me but is this right?
I use Google maps a lot for work. So much so I set my phone on top of my steering column horizontally so it's right there with the rest of my instrumentation. Challenge is it kinda covers up my speedometer. I can only see from about 20 to 70mph on my analog speedo and I am considering getting a new phone and since they are ever growing larger I was concerned about losing sight of more of my speedometer. Not any more! So this is an all around solution for me. Win, win, win!
Works really well. I was apprehensive but I needed a speedometer, my motorcycle speedometer broke and this helped me a lot. I'd recommend it. It's fairly accurate it did however seem to show a few (1-3) mph under what I was actually travelling.
One request To make it easier to read I like 300% magnification. Can we have option to blank or make units smaller so that not so much screen is lost. An alternative that would be really cool would be to only display units when 0 mph/km etc for once set you only need reassurance that you have correct units.
The best speedometer for Google Maps with Android 6 support (actually, it works on devices with Android 2.2 or higher)!
New in this version:
- Fix for many Motorola devices (no more '--');
- Now you can change the style and colors (background and text) of the speedometer!