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The speed limit on here is not accurate anymore in rural locations and even on some interstates in Alabama... Also would be nice to remind your patrons when their subscription payment comes due before the day you are pulling it from acc every other application I pay for alerts me it's almost subscription renewal time about a week before so I remember it coming up
This Application has not been revised in over 6 months and also the author does not respond help request emails. This are two huge Red Flags in choosing a fresh App. I would have love it if it worked with Android device Auto and Google Maps. Not worth trying.
I like this app, subscribed, and generally think it does what it says it does - but it is constantly popping up a dialog telling me that my subscription is valid (thanks...I guess) - *even when I am in other apps or on the home screen*. Please fix this! It's *beyond* annoying! I will adjust the star rating when it is fixed.
I would have given it a 5 star if only there was a method to disable the anoying beeps (when the application gets the speed limit wrong). Example, it often beeps becouse it thinks its a 40k location when the speed limit is actualy 60k. Can drive you nuts on long stretches... please add an option to temporarily shut it up after a couple of warnings.
Got this after getting caught speeding accidentally twice in fast succession. It has saved my bacon a few times already. Some of the negative reviews are not accurate: for example, you can modernize speed limits yourself via OpenMaps, and you can disable the warning sound in the settings. One feature that would be very helpful: setting the threshold for an alert as a percentage of the speed limit, rather than a fixed number. Exceeding the speed limit by 2 mph is a very various matter at 70 mph and 20 mph
Not enough accuracy with the speed zones. Used it on a 150km journey that I normally use and found its change of speed limits a small to slow. This is especially worrying when speed limits lowers as cops tend to sit about a hundred meters in from lowering of speed limits along the highway.
When I first got this, it worked wonderful. I have had a tablet for 7 years and this was the first application I ever paid for.. And the only one. IDK what happened. Not sure if did an modernize and that made the problem or what happened but now it won't even open. And hasn't for a couple months.. I just keeps says " unfortunately maps speed limits has stopped working" and I have to hit the okay button. It does this twice before giving up on starting. :( I will be contacting the company..
The application itself works very well as an overlay over Google maps. In fact it would be excellent but for the fact that during my short time using it in the UK it has only been about 40% accurate. If the inaccuracy was on minor streets then it wouldn't be so poor but it contains major dual carriageways. It's a true pity as it's amazing otherwise.
Sucks. Gives only speed limits of main roads, and even then often wrong and hopelessly out of date. As soon as I enter a town, God forbids a village, this application has NO CLUE what's the speed. Just a "question mark" Long live Here Maps with their ACCURATE, UP TO DATE SPEED LIMITS... AND FOR FREE !!!!!!!!
I have used it for 24 hours and have driven back and forth to work using all various types of roads. The application never showed me the correct speed limit. It was always empty, showing a speed but with a question mark, or showed the incorrect speed. Sorry, but I will pass on this one.
On my 50 mile journey home, it displayed a speed limit only about half the time. It was worse on minor streets where I most need it. It displayed the wrong limit at least 3 times, 60mph on a 50mph stretch of the A350 between Longbridge Deverill and the A36, the same on the 50mph outskirts of Westwood, Wilts, and worst of all 60mph in the 20mph location of Westwood itself.
it's a amazing application speed is accurate but it disappears on my screen with loading type dots coming up and by the time it reappears I'm at the end of the street I'm on waiting for a speed limit to come up sometimes it dosnt come back on at all please support
Amazing widget! Does what it's supposed to do, and developer responds in a timely manner. The yearly subscription is negligible and well worth it to hold up the development. The only thing I would request would be the ability to report the correct speed limit with a "one touch" method. Ie take note of measured speed and round up to the closest 10km/h. Overall, highly recommend it for those capable of following instructions and understand limitations such as network coverage.
Always question mark, I suppose that if you don't begin the 7 days evaluation period then it doesn't work. Usually you don't have to apply for a license when you only wish to test a product. This software wants you to apply, after 7 days if you forget about it then you'll be charged.
This application is bad! It fails on and off and sometime gives you the wrong speed limit and is not free! It's a shame!! Because is not free! You could do better than this!! You have no shame! I almost got a ticket for speeding!!! I would not renew my subscription!!!
Amazing app. You can also increase the number of streets it picks up on by adding them to the free Begin Maps interface you can search online. The file size is the only thing I don't like (it "grows" to about 55 mb on my device as it collects street data). Overall I recommend it and automatically use it every time my GPS launches : )
I live in rural zone and the speed is often blanked for long periods. The accuracy of the speed is poor, it needs a rolling average or something similar. Running in cruise control at 60mph with no variation it keeps sounding warnings. Perhaps it should have a 1% or 2% hysteresis in the algorithm. I may test it again if it is less twitchy.
No, I don't hate it, and it does display the speed limit on more streets than Waze does. Developers don't answer to email, however, so I'm left to speculate here that a easy companion application could be used to crowd source updates. Velociraptor recommends that subscribers use OpenStreetMap to send updates. Stupid. I CAN do that but why would I?
I read the negative reviews & I'm surprised at the poor feedback.☹ I love this application & I use it every day! Sometimes it will give a random question mark, but by & huge it is accurate & issue free. I have recommended it to several people who also say amazing things about it. ❤
It's ok on main roads, I have driven around London few times and it's mostly accurate however a lot of boroughs have implemented 20mph limit and it still shows 30mph. Also, in my view it should have an option to present current speed as well, related to what Waze has.