Captainkrtek · Oct 22, 2010 at 06:00 am

View Singapore Traffic Cameras from your Win Mo Phone

This app is for viewing Singapore traffic cameras, it allows motorists to check the roads before they head out. This app was made by XDA Member pilotdad. The app has many features such as:

  • Allows multiple cameras to be selected and displayed. Up to 12 cameras at once.
  • Save up to 4 Favorite routes, with each route storing up to 12 cameras.
  • Small program size and quick startup.
  • Very fast image download speed.
  • Refresh images easily, and only if the camera’s image has changed.
  • For Windows Mobile 6.5 touchscreen smartphones, finger scrollable friendly.
  • Haptic feedback.

Feel free to try it out yourself on your Win Mo device and report any issues in the development thread.


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