orb3000 · Jun 11, 2010 at 08:14 pm

RadarFree for Pocket PC

RadarFree, by XDA member najhouse, will be your perfect companion when traveling around Europe, it will alert you as you approach traffic cameras or warn you in case of an accident.
This app, initially developed for the apple phone, is now available for free for Windows Mobile devices. Some of the features include distance between vehicle and camera, speed limit, real-time mobile cameras in Europe, and a database with more than 18000 fixed speed cameras.
Working on Windows Mobile 5 and 6, but some members report also working on 6.5 and 6.5.x, Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 is required on your device.

Originally posted by najhouse
Hello All ,

Application to test!

RadarFree for Pocket PC
RadarFree is a real-time GPS speed camera alert application for Pocket PC & iPhone. With more than 18000 fixed speed cameras and all real-time mobile cameras in Europe, RadarFree is the best fellow traveler who warns you on every camera approach.

RadarFree technology is based on collaborative and community work. In fact, all RadarFree members can advise cameras, accidents or risks on the road to warn others on their iPhone. Once the user has advised a new camera to our server, it will automatically check the information and the message to the RadarFree community.

The camera detection algorithm has been optimized to be very practical in all situations. Whether it be on highways or in city, RadarFree will warn you only when necessary.

The graphical user interface is very light in order to quickly grab the most pertinent information: Type of camera, distance between vehicle and camera and speed limit. Also, you can declare a speed camera easily and intuitively in a few clicks.

Key features

  • More than 18000 updated fixed speed cameras
  • RadarFree is available in the following countries:
  • Andorra
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • France DOM TOM
  • Great Britain
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Real-time mobile speed cameras and alerts
  • Smart camera detection algorithm taking into account camera direction and vehicle speed
  • Displaying vehicle speed and speed limit
  • Displaying the angle between your route and the next speed camera

You can find more information on the application thread.


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