Highway Radar

Highway Radar is an application to help drivers be aware of road hazards, cameras, and speed traps. It collects traffic-related information from multiple sources and provides notices on potential risks on the road.

Crowd-sourced alerts: Highway Radar can connect to a sever aggregating crowd-sourced alerts and show them on the map. It also issues audible voice warnings and optionally a beeper to grab the attention. Currently, the application supports alerting on speed traps and road hazards reports.

Aircraft alerts: In some countries, aircraft traffic enforcement is in use. Highway Radar collects information about air traffic around though various ADS-B exchange sites (ADSBx, OpenSky). Then it matches every aircraft to multiple registration databases and alerts drivers only on those which can potentially do traffic enforcement.

Historical data analysis: Highway Radar aggregates data about past police and speed trap reports and estimates the risk of a given area being heavily patrolled. The app also features a heat map that shows places with especially frequent speed trap reports.

Speed and red-light cameras: Highway Radar can warn the driver when approaching a traffic camera. This feature is available in the USA and Canada only.

Extra features: Highway Radar can also show you traffic jams on nearby streets and a weather radar information around you.
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What's New

v2.3.2:
- SEAL integration
- Updates to the status bar UI
- Zoom in / zoom out buttons on the map
- Updated mute button behavior - short tap = mute one alert, long tap = mute all alerts
- Warning about GPS signal lost
- Bug fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
July 2, 2020
Size
8.4M
Installs
5,000+
Current Version
2.3.2
Requires Android
4.4 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Highway Radar
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