If you cross Canada vis a vis USA via Buffalo or Niagara, want a quick view of the best route, see surrounding traffic, this app does it faster than a browser using less screens, and much fast response. Screen draw speed can be sluggish at times, but its small footprint makes that forgivable, and it works very well without subscription. Subscription was buggy and _slower_ than the generic access of the menu. Due to these few down points, I'd minus 1 star. The generic menus shine: bridge traffic, bridge and area cam, e-sign mirrors [ so you can read it far before you reach it!], congestion, construction and birds eye traffic view of the region. All this adds were my real-time GPS traffic report leave off. I refer to it all the time when I'm in the area, and BTW no ads, 329k in size, all in all, priceless! FYI: bridge crossing times are inaccurate, but that's the estimate given by border. Its better to use the cameras. If it looks congested, it is.
Border crossing times are rarely accurate. Here I am sitting at the rainbow bridge for 45 minutes and the app is saying "no delay"
Good Start A little laggy and glitchy but all in all some good features. "My Routes" needs some expansion and push notifications would be a great future addition.
The whole app needs work. I was expecting to be able to log in using my nittec website credentials but had to make a separate login. Page loads look really clunky and it doesn't really play nice with the phones back button rather it uses its own. Route planning was a letdown, the locations aren't all that intuitive and - my biggest gripe - I can't seem to find international crossings, kind of a crucial point to be notified for on my daily commute.