Waze is a map and navigation app that includes a community of more than 100 million users around the world who selflessly improve the app on a daily basis. You’ll keep up to date with any road blockage, radars, traffic jams, etc. Using Waze is as simple as picking your destination and waiting a couple of seconds so the app calculates the best route. By default, you’ll view the shortest route, but the app will show you all the possible alternatives. So, if you have a personal preference, all you have to do is choose the alternative that best fits your needs. Using the settings, you can also mark the options that most interest you such as not viewing routes that include road tolls. Another really interesting feature is that Waze will show you your speed at all times. But that’s not all, you’ll also view the road’s speed limit, so if you’re driving over the speed limit, the app will warn you. You’ll also be notified of any possible incidence in real time and the areas that include radars. Waze is an excellent navigation app for Android that’ll help you plan any road trip. Providing information is also easy and quick. As long as you’re the co-pilot, you can easily add any traffic incidence to warn other drivers.
Alternatives to Google's basic apps for your Huawei device Google has decided to break ties with Huawei, which means that soon, the mobile phones from the Chinese giant will only have access to open source Android. From now on, Huawei smartphones won't have access to the Google app store, native Android apps, or any other advantage that Android offers. So, its there life beyond Google apps? Yes. There are plenty of alternatives. Read more
The best traffic radar detector apps on Android It goes without saying that driving safely to avoid traffic accidents is important when traveling along the highway. You should always respect the speed limits to be safe, but sometimes, you find yourself going over the limits as you follow the flow of traffic. That's why its never a bad idea to have Android tools that help by alerting you to the existence of speed cameras. These apps are completely legal and free, and in most cases, also work as a GPS. Read more
Android 2.2 or greater is required.