orb3000 · Jul 20, 2010 at 03:00 am

My Traffic, Application for the Malaysian Transport System

Good news for Malaysian people using Windows Mobile. XDA member X1CK presents this application that uses your Internet connection to let you know the traffic conditions, all in a simple graphic and clear UI. This specific version will connect to LLM and ITIS from Malaysia.
The developer warns this application downloads data from Internet. No information regarding resolutions or WM versions supported is given, but it´s reportedly working on Omnia 2 and Leo.
Expect some bugs as it´s preliminary version, but post some feedback if you want to help the developer.

Originally posted by X1CK
[APP] My Traffic Updates V1.0 (Freeware) for Malaysia

My Traffic Updates is an application that enable user to check live (almost) traffic conditions
Currently this version is only checking information available from LLM and ITIS for Malaysia.

WARNING ! This application is accessing data from internet. It’s best to have unlimited data plan to avoid heavy charges.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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