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TrafficMate for Germany | WM
Do you live in Germany and want an application to know where you can find traffic jams? XDA member brandi presents TrafficMate for Windows Mobile devices. This is the very first version and it fully integrates to Manila/Sense UI. The developer posted that features like integration of Location based features, “Traffic Jam on your Directions” and traffic Jam Sense and Share will be present on future versions. Also, if you want your country to be added please post on the original thread.
Coming soon: English version.
Originally posted by brandi
[App][0.1][17.09.2010][W|VGA] trafficMate Germany
this is the very first Version of my new Tool “trafficMate”.
Right now it is all about trafficjams in Germany, but it will get more advanced very soon!
So, if someone has good resources, and wants his/her country to be added, please post below!
[Planned Features] Integration of Location based features
“Traffic Jam on your Directions” feature
and traffic Jam Sense and Share!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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