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Sneak a Peek at the Roads With Toronto DVP Traffic for Android
Are you a resident of Toronto who would like to know what the roads look like before embarking on a long drive? Perhaps you’d just like to sneak a peek for posterity. In either case, you will be glad to know that XDA forum member king23adrianc has created an application that may just pique your interest.
With Toronto DVP Traffic, you will be able to view the live traffic cameras throughout the city, which should aid in your route planning and voyeuristic ways. In the words of the developer:
Simply browse the list and choose a location to view the live traffic cameras.
The camera will automatically refresh every minute or so.
Keep in mind a wifi or data connection is needed for the app to work.
Please download, rate and leave good comments! =D
and also please consider a donation if you enjoy the app. Thank you!
Continue on to the application thread to get your traffic camera fix!
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