Windows Mobile GPS for Cars and Motor Vehicles
One of the most obvious uses for a Windows Mobile GPS app is in the car, and as long as you have a useful dashboard mount, a power connector from the cigarette lighter socket and a hands-free arrangement, you should be good to go.
The first Windows Mobile GPS app you might try is RadarFree, a utility that alerts you when entering a zone with speed cameras and allows you to advise the RadarFree central server, allowing other users of the app to drive appropriately. This app is available from www.radarfree.com and can be used across Europe; a similar app and a good alternative is Trapster.
Another tool that will come in handy while you’re on the road is Cruise Controller, an app that allows you to program in a maximum and minimum speed; the app will advise you when you go beyond either limit and this is very useful for anyone regularly driving on long, desolate roads. GPS technology measures your speed, making this app possible, and you can get a copy from www.pmaker.biz.
Parking Assistant is the final car-based Windows Mobile GPS app, a useful little tool for helping you to find car parks/parking lots and determine which are free and which are paid parking. Download your free copy from www.anagog.com.
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