Are you a driver who wants to be notified to the location of speed traps, red light cameras, and speed detection devices on your iPhone? Njection Mobile (NMobile) is a worldwide speed trap notification app (also see Trapster) for iPhone 3G.
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. Get alerted audibly to approaching speed traps based on several different criteria. Njection uses an Active Intelligence Selection System to alert you to the most relevant speed trap, based on speed, direction of travel, and current time
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Copycat of Trapster which is already on App Store (FREE!) with 100K iPhone users, has way more and better data, (plus supports lots of mobile devices and established for years)Posted on November 14th, 2008 at 8:21 am by Jim
NJection is better than Trapster, mainly because by paying a little extra for NJection you protect your privacy and your inbox. The makers of the “free” app Trapster will collect your personal details and sell them to anyone.
Unfortunately, I used Trapster and now await the torrent of spam to my inbox. I’ll use NJection from now on.Posted on January 13th, 2009 at 7:53 pm by Jason
Trapster(R) in fact does not sell or share or rent or otherwise distribute your e-mail address or phone number or other private information, or do anything like that. Nor has Trapster ever done anything like that. Ever. Period. So if indeed there was a torrent of spam to your inbox, I assure you it had nothing to do with Trapster.
PetePosted on March 18th, 2009 at 10:58 am by Pete