Make your own database. In the app when there's no speed limit have a thing ask you to input one every 10 miles. I'd add in every speed limit I drive on if you had that. People could be bored and troll streetview for speed limits. Make it a game or something. Have rewards. Then sell your database to other people for cheap. But it's gotta be brain dead easy to add the limits in.
I wish I could give it more stars. But I just can't get the app to work. It popped up once. Now it never appears. I've reinstalled it. I've cleared app data, I've cleared the cache. I've rebooted my phone. I've reset my phone. I've made sure every permission allowed the app to work. But still, no love. :(
Slow reaction on speed limit change. I can see that i already left one speed limit zone and another has starter, but this app still shows old one and beeps a warning... Is it possible to increace current position reading, may be?
Not bad but missing a lot of speeds. I recommend getting a SQL server and giving your users the ability to report current speed by touching the widget. Sort the speed by the last 20 inputs, to reflect current limit due to road works or change, and filter by GPS locating. Make it even easier by having the reported speed match their current rounded speed on tap. More people will start using it and your speed database will grow to cover world. Good luck.
This greatly complements google maps, and I can't live without it. Keeping an eye out for hazards and on the speedo can be a challenge sometimes; the audible warnings are extremely helpful. Yes the OpenStreetMap database isn't 100% accurate, but in the Australian cities that I've used it on, it's probably > 90% and is still mighty helpful.
Works great. But: 1 does not permit selecting any app. Only 3 are supported. No method is provided to edit missing speed
• Remove HERE Maps database. Unfortunately, they closed their free API in July. I'm on the lookout for other options, but most charge exorbitantly high prices (e.g. Google, TomTom, Garmin, Sygic) that I cannot afford as a student. OpenStreetMap is still available as I run my own server.
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