Speed camera radar (PRO), FREE @ Google Play
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Speed camera radar (PRO), FREE @ Google Play

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Found 9th Apr
Avoid speed cameras! Ha Ha Haa
This must be the best deal!

★★★ This application does not contains any advertisements! ★★★

This application is used to detect hazards on the road, such as speed cameras (mobile ambush, static speed cameras, red light cameras), speed bumps, bad roads and etc.
This application uses database of hazards previously detected by other users.

GETTING STARTED

1. If you just installed the app you will need to go to menu "Update databased" to download and install the latest database of speed camera for your region (country).
2. To run the hazard detection mode, press the "Start" button. at the bottom right of the screen.
3. The application notifies only the dangers that are along your route.
4. You can call main setting, swiping from the left edge of the screen to the right.
5. You can call dangers filter that you want to discover swiping from the right edge of the screen to the left.
6. To add a new POI, tap + button close to the SPEED at the bottom of the screen.
7. Sign in to edit and remove current POI
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Before you buy, you can first try the free version.
Each user can develop a database of hazards for his country.

Please note, that the application does not scan radiation police radar in real time for the application is used only database hazards identified earlier by users.

Any user can add new hazard to shared database. Also user can influence on rating of hazard (when user get danger alert he can define whether danger exists or not in fact).

The application plays the sound and shows hazard on the map and distance to this hazard.

If you are connected to the internet you will be able to monitor the traffic jams.
There is a feature update the database of the hazards.

The application may run in the background (even when the screen is off), just enable option "Use speech when hazard detected".

★★★ Features ★★★
★ Map or Radar view mode (no need Internet to render data)
★ Night mode adjustment on screen
★ 3D tilt on map support (3D buildings)
★ Map auto zoom and rotation map along the way
★ Dashboard with current speed
★ 140 000 active hazards POIs around the world (check your country in FREE version of this APP at first)
★ Daily database updates!
★ Support voice alerts
★ Support of working in background or with other Navigation APPs
★ You can add their own POI to shared database

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Be careful on the road and good luck!
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Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.
Installed. Now I need to buy a car to use this app effectively.
I think we should get rid of speed awareness signs, rumble strips, lane markers, and everything else which gives speed awareness :p, which is how you should view these apps, as another layer of awareness.

The best thing about these apps is that when a speed limit changes this app can alert you.

All it takes is 1 hazard to take your vision away to miss a new speed limit sign like on princess parkway where it's now 30 instead of 40 which it's been for a decade, these apps alert you to that, which can only make the road safer.
Edited by: "StevenMCR" 9th Apr
KingAwKings9th Apr

Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the …Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.


Unfortunately your massive horse has taken up loads, though.
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Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.
Installed. Now I need to buy a car to use this app effectively.
KingAwKings9th Apr

Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the …Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.


Not only speeding though.
Edited by: "Sami286" 9th Apr
KingAwKings9th Apr

Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the …Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.


What and waste those go faster stripes i just had installed, are you mad
I think we should get rid of speed awareness signs, rumble strips, lane markers, and everything else which gives speed awareness :p, which is how you should view these apps, as another layer of awareness.

The best thing about these apps is that when a speed limit changes this app can alert you.

All it takes is 1 hazard to take your vision away to miss a new speed limit sign like on princess parkway where it's now 30 instead of 40 which it's been for a decade, these apps alert you to that, which can only make the road safer.
Edited by: "StevenMCR" 9th Apr
YMMV, but this app always seems to think it's a 30 limit on the M1 between j33 and 36, my daily commute!
I don't know if this app does anything extra that Waze doesn't do already. I think I'll stick with the latter
Thanks I hope It works in Germany Holland and Belgium as well
The irony of course being that the fine for using your mobile phone's speed camera app is higher than many speeding fines.
So this is a sat nav as well presumably?
Or just use Waze which is free anyway and includes info on mobile speed cameras
Useless against mobile laser vans which are mainly used now by most road safety units unless you buy yourself a jammer.
KingAwKings9th Apr

Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the …Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.


Unfortunately your massive horse has taken up loads, though.
terriclarkfan57 m ago

YMMV, but this app always seems to think it's a 30 limit on the M1 between …YMMV, but this app always seems to think it's a 30 limit on the M1 between j33 and 36, my daily commute!


But it is normally 50 or 60... PITA....
I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed enforcement is done to provide safety, but too often now it's simply to demonise drivers/riders.
Example: I was on cruise control the other day at 70 on a dual carriageway section of a66 up a steep hill, so engine driving quite hard, cresting the hill at the top, the car briefly topped 75 before settling back down slowly(as it was now downhill) where a 'safety' van was set up, clearly as they know people will speed over the brow of the hill... There were no hazards... straight dual carriageway.
That's not safety, that's quotas...
Waze is much better.
StevenMCR2 h, 18 m ago

I think we should get rid of speed awareness signs, rumble strips, lane …I think we should get rid of speed awareness signs, rumble strips, lane markers, and everything else which gives speed awareness :p, which is how you should view these apps, as another layer of awareness.The best thing about these apps is that when a speed limit changes this app can alert you. All it takes is 1 hazard to take your vision away to miss a new speed limit sign like on princess parkway where it's now 30 instead of 40 which it's been for a decade, these apps alert you to that, which can only make the road safer.


You're far more likely to miss something important if you're looking at a phone rather than through the windscreen.
bilbob47 m ago

I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed …I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed enforcement is done to provide safety, but too often now it's simply to demonise drivers/riders.Example: I was on cruise control the other day at 70 on a dual carriageway section of a66 up a steep hill, so engine driving quite hard, cresting the hill at the top, the car briefly topped 75 before settling back down slowly(as it was now downhill) where a 'safety' van was set up, clearly as they know people will speed over the brow of the hill... There were no hazards... straight dual carriageway.That's not safety, that's quotas...


Your cruise control needs looking at. People will only speed over the brow of a hill if they're not paying attention to their speed.
qbs3 m ago

Your cruise control needs looking at. People will only speed over the brow …Your cruise control needs looking at. People will only speed over the brow of a hill if they're not paying attention to their speed.


You do understand that it requires more effort to go up a hill rather than down one or flat?
Many systems won't respond instantly. There will often be a small adjustment.

Having said that, I may just join you all on a massive horse. Fact is, momentary lapses happen, mechanical or attention wise. Punishing them for the sake of punishment is silly.
bilbob54 m ago

I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed …I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed enforcement is done to provide safety, but too often now it's simply to demonise drivers/riders.Example: I was on cruise control the other day at 70 on a dual carriageway section of a66 up a steep hill, so engine driving quite hard, cresting the hill at the top, the car briefly topped 75 before settling back down slowly(as it was now downhill) where a 'safety' van was set up, clearly as they know people will speed over the brow of the hill... There were no hazards... straight dual carriageway.That's not safety, that's quotas...


Well said , they are official thieves , one armed bandits. How can you fine people for going 5mph over speed limit as speedometer can not that accurate in many cars etc but they still do. There is no honesty in the speed camera system .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 9th Apr
bilbob5 m ago

You do understand that it requires more effort to go up a hill rather than …You do understand that it requires more effort to go up a hill rather than down one or flat?Many systems won't respond instantly. There will often be a small adjustment. Having said that, I may just join you all on a massive horse. Fact is, momentary lapses happen, mechanical or attention wise. Punishing them for the sake of punishment is silly.


I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise control can't adjust within a few seconds. The length of time you have to be over the speed limit before you get done is considerably longer.
bilbob8 m ago

You do understand that it requires more effort to go up a hill rather than …You do understand that it requires more effort to go up a hill rather than down one or flat?Many systems won't respond instantly. There will often be a small adjustment. Having said that, I may just join you all on a massive horse. Fact is, momentary lapses happen, mechanical or attention wise. Punishing them for the sake of punishment is silly.


It is not for the sake of punishment only ,it is for the sake of making money and to show that they are working. I got parking ticket recently for parking for 1 minute in loading zone. TFL would not even admit it was its fault till I went to court.
qbs6 m ago

I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise …I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise control can't adjust within a few seconds. The length of time you have to be over the speed limit before you get done is considerably longer.


Wish you get done , to see for yourself how dishonest the system is. Only the wearer know s where the shoe pinches.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 9th Apr
sam_of_london14 m ago

Wish you get done , to see for yourself how dishonest the system is. Only …Wish you get done , to see for yourself how dishonest the system is. Only the wearer know s where the shoe pinches.


You only get done if you break the law. Try not breaking the law, and maybe growing up a bit.
bilbob1 h, 27 m ago

I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed …I have no objection whatsoever (in fact, I'd encourage it) where speed enforcement is done to provide safety, but too often now it's simply to demonise drivers/riders.Example: I was on cruise control the other day at 70 on a dual carriageway section of a66 up a steep hill, so engine driving quite hard, cresting the hill at the top, the car briefly topped 75 before settling back down slowly(as it was now downhill) where a 'safety' van was set up, clearly as they know people will speed over the brow of the hill... There were no hazards... straight dual carriageway.That's not safety, that's quotas...


Well when police budgets are cut and they are asked to become more enterprising what do you expect? Like rising council tax. Cuts in one area end up as costs elsewhere.
qbs37 m ago

I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise …I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise control can't adjust within a few seconds. The length of time you have to be over the speed limit before you get done is considerably longer.




Not really true. A laser based cam only needs a second and they have no obligation to check twice. If you happen to be doing 77 at the wrong second, you will get a fine and the camera operator will already have moved on to the car behind you in order to maximise revenue.
KingAwKings9th Apr

Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the …Just don't speed, there you go I just saved you taking up space on the mobile.


If this app reminds people to slow down then that's a good thing surely? Most of the millions of pounds earned off these cameras are from good honest people doing 35mph in 30mph zones, where no extra danger to anyone is concerned. Both my parents drive low powered cars like most old people do, and both have had speeding tickets for driving several mph over, on an empty road in the middle of the night too. I've owned two supercars, and a number of high performance cars, and I've never had a speeding ticket in 19 years of motoring. Is it because I drive slowly? No, it's because I'm aware of the cameras like every other petrol head.
qbs1 h, 9 m ago

Your cruise control needs looking at. People will only speed over the brow …Your cruise control needs looking at. People will only speed over the brow of a hill if they're not paying attention to their speed.


Why do you say that? Standard cruise control doesn't slow you if you go over the set speed.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 9th Apr
qbs1 h, 2 m ago

I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise …I've yet to experience a road that changes pitch so fast that my cruise control can't adjust within a few seconds. The length of time you have to be over the speed limit before you get done is considerably longer.


Are you talking about standard cruise control or adaptive? Standard CC doesn't brake if the perpetual energy takes you over the set limit.
Thanks OP. I love gadgets and will enjoy trying this app out.

BTW In the USA and UK we have CCTV everywhere as in the picture in OP. In Italy they just have lots of old ladies looking out their windows!
Edited by: "Proveright" 9th Apr
Tom Tom speed camera app is also free on Google play with a 4.4 rating
alexc1002 h, 58 m ago

Or just use Waze which is free anyway and includes info on mobile speed …Or just use Waze which is free anyway and includes info on mobile speed cameras


Has Waze got a better graphic interface yet as it always looked cluttered when I tried it a few years ago?

Also not sure if it works on Android Auto on my cars display anyway?
Dekard9752 m ago

If this app reminds people to slow down then that's a good thing surely? …If this app reminds people to slow down then that's a good thing surely? Most of the millions of pounds earned off these cameras are from good honest people doing 35mph in 30mph zones, where no extra danger to anyone is concerned. Both my parents drive low powered cars like most old people do, and both have had speeding tickets for driving several mph over, on an empty road in the middle of the night too. I've owned two supercars, and a number of high performance cars, and I've never had a speeding ticket in 19 years of motoring. Is it because I drive slowly? No, it's because I'm aware of the cameras like every other petrol head.


I too drive a super car and a low powered car (1.2), How old is old? I'm older than my sister does that count?
if you are doing 5 miles an hour over and get caught then you are in other words braking the law whether night/day/sun splitting the sky or slashing down with rain.
Not sure what you are getting at in your statement. oohh And i have never either happened to get a speeding ticket in 22 years does that make me special? probably not as I could go out in an hours time put the foot down for some fun and get caught. I would take it on the chin and except my wrong doings. This app wont tell you the local constabulary are sitting in a layby behind an obstruction watching for speeders.
you may be aware of cameras but I bet not every single one, that also tells me if you are looking out for them you are an offender of speeding on a regular basis.
bilbob2 h, 47 m ago

Unfortunately your massive horse has taken up loads, though.


Just don't stand too close to the rear end or it may kick you
Dragon3230 m ago

Has Waze got a better graphic interface yet as it always looked cluttered …Has Waze got a better graphic interface yet as it always looked cluttered when I tried it a few years ago?Also not sure if it works on Android Auto on my cars display anyway?


It was taken over by google a couple of years back and they’ve made quite a few UI improvements. Worth a try if you haven’t used it for a while

I use it every day and it’s never wrong
alexc10028 m ago

It was taken over by google a couple of years back and they’ve made quite a …It was taken over by google a couple of years back and they’ve made quite a few UI improvements. Worth a try if you haven’t used it for a whileI use it every day and it’s never wrong


Thanks for that I might give it another go although not sure it will work with Android Auto.
Cool looks like it's bee on Android Audio for a while.

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qbs2 h, 7 m ago

You only get done if you break the law. Try not breaking the law, and …You only get done if you break the law. Try not breaking the law, and maybe growing up a bit.


What kind of drivers would you prefer on the road; ones who constantly monitor their speed against the current limit or ones that may go a little over very infrequently but constantly monitor the road ahead and any potential dangers/pedestrians adjusting their speed accordingly?
qbs2 h, 41 m ago

You're far more likely to miss something important if you're looking at a …You're far more likely to miss something important if you're looking at a phone rather than through the windscreen.


I would argue, slamming your brakes on to slow to a "safe default" 30mph and then maintain "safe" speed while scanning for road signs (more distraction) until you see a repeater is far more hazardous than a split second glance at a phone screen to verify limit.

Alternatively, if you are cruising at 40mph and the limit drops to 30mph, the phone speaks and verbally tells you, you have exceeded the speed limit of 30mph so you slow. This requires no looking at all.

Scenario 1 is a double check, so you slow to the correct speed, and don't cause more hazards and Scenario 2 is totally hands and eyes free.

Honestly if you have your phone in cradle, within eye line of your instruments (sensibly places), it should be no more a hazard than checking your legally required speedometer. If you can't check your Speedo safely maybe time to get a bus pass

This isn't really for people who pick up their phone to text while driving or wrecklessly use their phones, or use this app to speed like a demon and only slow for cameras, I'm talking an extra layer for safe drivers and hopefully makes the road safer.
Dragon3222 m ago

Thanks for that I might give it another go although not sure it will work …Thanks for that I might give it another go although not sure it will work with Android Auto.


Yea I’m not sure either but def worth a try
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