[Android] Free - Speed Cameras Radar Premium @ Google Play

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VERANO19

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1) install app
2) select settings and then promotional code.
3) enter promo code in OP.

Discover all the fixed speedcams, mobile speed traps, radars and red light speed cameras with this map!

The map has one fixed speed camera database and another dynamic radar database built by all the community users. Every user can contribute reporting its own speed camera or radar location that will be displayed on the map of all the active users of the app.

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  • +3 votes

    I find the tom Tom speed camera app better. You can minimise it to an always on top widget and keep using your normal google maps or android auto app. Warns you about your speed, speed cameras etc. You can disable whatever you don't want.

    Lots of people say "just stick to the speed limit". Yea great advice. However if you driving a lot to places you're not familiar with, and are looking at the GPS frequently. You have your speed and the speed limit of the road on the screen so that you don't have to keep constantly looks down at your speedometer as well. You can have a quick glance at the speeds while you're checking the map at the same time.

    I drive a lot to places I haven't been before and this app has probably saved me many times from going over the limit and also saved me from having to stare at my Speedo from fear of going over the limit like everyone does these days.

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      Waze has all of these features in one app - navigation, speed limits, current speed, speed camera locations. Add to that traffic/accident reports, hazards, red light cameras, fuel prices…

      Did I mention Waze was free?

      • +1 vote

        That's Cool.

        I like using the Google maps app because it has my history and is a better map overall IMO
        Also as I mentioned, tomtom app does a small screen overlay so I can use other apps like android auto which I use alot for music, google maps, hands-free calls & messages.

        I think Waze is the best option for people on iOS. For Android and overlay capabilities, the tomtom app works good.

        • +1 vote

          Google Maps has that small overlay as well.

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          Agreed on history and looks. As potplanty says, Google Maps does have an overlay if you switch out to another app while navigating.

          Waze also work with Android Auto.

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        Hi Chandler. THanks for the details on WAZE. I was thinking of installing it. I was just wondering does it tell you if you are going over the speed limit? I'm trying to find an app that will set of an alarm if I go over the speed limit. My GPS can only give me a visual warning which is useless if you are not looking at the GPS all the time. I know this isn't the forum, but thought you would be the one to ask about Waze. Thanks in advance. Warm Regards, Sharon

        • +1 vote

          Yes, you can change in the settings to alert you when you are going over the speed limit by a set amount, eg. 5km/h, 10m km/h 5% above, etc. It will give you an audibl alert and the speed reading on the app will flash red.

          Waze is great, I use it 100% of the time.

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            @Mellows: My biggest issue with Waze is search functionality - if I ask Assistant to navigate to somewhere with Google Maps, it merely responds with navigating to such and such, and bam. If I do the same with Waze, it hands off the search to Waze, which Waze frequently either has to confirm the address/location or can't find it.

            Waze also navigates to the closest street (segment) to the pin location. Usually not an issue, but sometimes (especially with large locations) it can take you to the wrong spot to get there, although this is sometimes because the entry roads aren't on the map - which is a big plus for Waze over Google Maps: frequently Maps won't have parking lots etc, but Waze will.

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              @Chandler: Yeah when I do a voice search with Waze and give the street number, it repeats the street number back to me but it always takes me to the middle of the street not the actual street number. No dramas if I input it manually though. But can only do that when the car is stationary.

              I also find that Waze is rather lagged in terms of position. Google maps is always accurate.

              Also Waze has an issue with obtaining GPS lock at times (like it seems to keep the last known position even if you've moved to a completely new location). Sometimes I have to unplug and re-plug my phone via Android Auto for Waze to pick up my current location. Google Maps always picks up my location straight away (maybe it connects to my car's GPS?).

              All that being said, Waze is still better. I like how it shows the average speed of roads around you when there's traffic.

          • +1 vote

            @Mellows: Hi Mellows. Thank you so much for your reply. That's great to know. Have a lovely afternoon :-)

    • +1 vote

      My go to is also TomTom plus Google maps. Didn't really like the interface of Waze (just me personally) so was looking for something that I can use alongside with Google maps so TomTom fits the bill perfectly. Best features of it are, automatically turning on when connected to car GPS and then only show the speed on top of full screen Google maps. So far this combo has beet great.

  • -3 votes

    !Don't forget! speeding fines are an idiot tax. The more people get caught, the less tax you have to pay.

    • +6 votes

      You mean, the more people that get caught, the more reasons government finds to increase taxes regardless.

  • +3 votes

    Ahh, Australia the nanny state.

    • +1 vote

      It's really bad how much they restrict us and penalise us, isn't it?

      We have one of the lowest death tolls per capita and per 100k vehicles on the road in the world.
      We're obviously all great drivers and don't need policing!

      Bloody nanny government.

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        Put up more cameras so you can have less police on the road.

        I rarely see them out now.

      • +5 votes

        Ever spoken to any Europeans who come over here on a driving holiday and comment on how absurdly strict our driving laws are?

        Let's start with what we can hopefully agree on. That excessive speeding is dangerous and something should be and has been done about it. (re: hoon laws)

        Now to the stuff that we might disagree on.

        Being 3% over the speed limit is not dangerous. Being 5kph over the speed limit is not dangerous, and it certainly isn't the same as having a few drinks in your system as they (TAC) so flagrantly claim. If it were true, we'd all be statistics by now.

        For most people in Australia, the definition of safety is 'follow the speed limit'. For Europeans, it's probably more along the lines of 'don't drive like an idiot'.

        I only bring them up as a comparison because their death toll per capita is similar or lower than ours, and yet they do not have the same kind of rigid enforcement of speed that we do.

        Yes they have better driver training. So should we. The number of people who tailgate, who don't give way, who deliberately block you when you try to change lanes, it's insane and yet it's considered normal, at least here in Melbourne. And if you drive you enough, you see the 3-4-5 nose to bumper car accidents quite often. Is speed to blame there?

        Take a look at the TAC's own website, for everything else there are concrete numbers and statistics, but when it comes to speed it's summed up with a vague "speed [is] a major factor in many crashes."

        Car technology and road conditions have changed since the 60s or 70s when they decided what speed was appropriate for the roads. Perhaps it's time for an overhaul and revisit what speed limits are actually suitable for our roads so we don't end up having a mismatch of perceptions and therefore a mismatch of speeds on the road, causing more danger for everyone.

        • +1 vote

          And here I was just looking for bargains

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          Eurpoean - safety = don't drive like an idiot

          Australian - safety = follow the speed limit

          Also Australian - speed, get caught, complain on Ozbargain

          Sounds like the Australian's the one driving like an idiot - breaking the law and getting caught doing it.

      • +7 votes

        It's interesting that you raise the deaths per 100k in Australia.
        According to the Dept of Infrastructure, Australia 1970 it was 30.4 deaths per 100,000 people.
        The following year Australia started making efforts to reduce the toll, by policing, safety measures such as mandatory seat belts etc, by 1980 it was 22.3 per 100k, Year 2000 it was 9.5 per 100k, in 2018 it was only 4.6 deaths per 100k. Your family and friends are over 6X less likely to die in a car accident today than almost 50 years ago when the nannies in our state said that too many people are dying so they did something about it. I don't like the nanny state mentality either but in this case I think the ends justifies the means!!

        • +8 votes

          Look again at the introduction of safety measures such as crumple zones, seat belts and airbags, as well as improvements in road infrastructure.
          Transport technology has improved markedly over the years.
          Correlation does not equal causation.
          Statistics can be made to support any argument.

          • +5 votes

            @hugh: You also need to consider advances in emergency medicine. Road Stats is generally reported against deaths, but losing body parts or breaking neck, back etc still happen and then not part of death stats.

          • +8 votes

            @hugh: I would argue to the death that fibreglass bodies, crumple zones, three point seatbelts and airbags are almost definitely the reason the road toll has gone down, not increased police presence or increased awareness of the dangers of speeding.

            • +2 votes

              @potplanty: Totally agree.

              Although I think in VIC the road death toll is something like 50% up on last year already?

              Yet they still keep beating the speed kills bs. No-one in the world believes that driving 3kph over the limit causes instant death yet they keep trying to tell us that.

          • +2 votes

            @hugh: Agreed. Also, we could bring the deaths per 100k to (near) nil if we reduced the speed limit to 5km/hr. See? Speed kills they'll say.

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          The reasons for the drop in the road toll are technology and safety improvements. It has nothing to do with speed. Speed cameras provide huge revenues for the government. They are addicted to this revenue and will never go away. I wonder what they'll do when the driverless cars come along.

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      You mean, "Ahh, Australia, the revenue raising state."

  • -1 vote

    HERE we go has offline maps with fixed camera alert. You can set speed limit alert as well.

  • +1 vote

    Installed just for the lols (FWIW the code seemed to want to be in lowercase), but personally, I just set the gps in my car head unit to alert me if/when I go over the limit. It can be annoying, but I'd rather that than deal with fines. It's not 100% perfect (doesn't know about temporary roadwork limits, and doesn't know about some roads where the limit may have been changed since the gps map was released) but it's good enough. If I want to drive fast, I can always go to a track day where I can speed legally and safely.

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    Does anyone have a usage experience of 'Waze' comparing to 'HERE WeGo โ€“ City Navigation' which is also free and have the additional offline map option?

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    Is this integrated with google maps or just stand alone app?

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    I'm a very happy 'Waze' user. Absolutely brilliant.

    I've installed this and will run them side by side, looks like there are lots of options that are requested but are not available in Waze. (Maybe someone got sick of waiting for Waze to update there options and put their effort into doing this instead.)

  • +1 vote

    Is it useful though? Can you run it while you're driving and it warns you as you approach like a GPS would? Or is it just a map for you to study before you leave and commit to memory the locations of the cameras?

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    Do I need to have this running while running google maps awell??

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    whats the code for? whats premium? I still have ads and to remove it, there is a $2.49 cost

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      It's for the ad-free version.

      If you restart the app after putting in the code (I closed it from ram too).

      Then you have the paid version - no ads.

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    can this app use as gps?

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    Promo code does not survive re-installation :-(

  • +2 votes

    i think accidents are caused by drivers driving below the speed limit and the cars behind the back try to overtake the slow driver which causes accident.

    Anyone who drives slower than me is an idot, anyone who drivers faster than me is crazy and anyone who is driving along with me wants a bloody race.

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    Not much use if you can't use your phone whilst driving.

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      You can use your phone while driving, just keep your hands off your phone

    • +1 vote

      With Waze you can use your phone
      And it will navigate you to your destination, notifying you along the way of things that you want to know about.

  • -2 votes

    Can waze indicate if there is any RBT nearby?

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    Great has an overlay function when using Google maps.

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    Dad, radar!

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    Surprised no one has mentioned a hardware radar detector yet……

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    Now somebody make a thread about speeding fine and trying to get out of it…. just to make things interesting here ๐Ÿ˜

    Eats popcorn ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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    great.
    need it

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    Surprised no one has mentioned tracking a car - if you want to speed, best thing to do - its safe and fun

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