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Njection Mobile (Speed traps notifier)

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Njection LLC released Njection Mobile(NMobile), their worldwide speed trap notification system for iPhone 3G. Designed specifically to take advantage of the 3G’s unique abilities and interface, NMobile was built for drivers so they can be notified to the location of speed traps, red light cameras, and speed detection devices.
Njection Mobile

Njection Mobile is the first to use a native Microsoft Virtual Earth Web Services (VEWS) implementation, leveraging the mobile tile set to speed up map displays, and provides one of the best mapping experiences on the iPhone. Drivers may be alerted audibly to approaching speed traps based on several different criteria. The application uses Active Intelligence Selection System to alert users to the most relevant speed trap, based on speed, direction of travel, and current time. Users can submit and verify speed traps directly from the iPhone as well.

Other Feature highlights include:

* Speech notification of Speed Traps based on current moving direction, speed of the driver, and distance to closest point using Active Intelligence Selection System (AISS)
* First software outside of Microsoft to use Microsoft Virtual Earth Web Services (VEWS) that uses SOAP and mobile tiles for faster downloads and lower bandwidth utilization.
* Live Updates of speed traps updated from the website or other iPhone users
* Support for Landscape and Portrait mode
* Speed Trap Ranking based on level of enforcement and time of day area is monitored
* 3G and 2.5G Compatible
* Submit Speed traps from the iPhone or on the website
* Rate Speed traps from the iPhone or on the website

Price: $9.99 - 7,99€
App Store: Njection Mobile

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