The need for speed is exhilarating. However, we also need to adhere to traffic rules and discipline. But sometimes, when you are in an unknown locality and do not know the speed limits and may miss the signs, this is an invaluable tool to know your limits and also where the Speed Cameras are located.
Using this app, you can detect hazards such as Mobile ambush, traffic collision, road repairing, dangerous crossing, etc. etc. The first time you install the app, you will need to download the data for your country. You may also select from a variety of voice samples on what type of voice you would like to hear. Once you are set, just fire the app while you are driving and you will be alerted to multiple hazards on the road.
An invaluable tool while driving.
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From the makers of Google Maps, Google Earth helps you explore the whole world from above with satellite imagery and 3D terrain of the entire globe and 3D buildings in hundreds of cities around the world.
Zoom to your
house or anywhere else then dive in for a 360° perspective with Street View.
Set off on a unique adventure by rolling the dice and hopping between random
locations. The Air Flight feature, lets you fly over any location on earth. And
you can see the world from a new point of view with Voyager, a collection of
guided tours from BBC Earth, NASA, National Geographic, and more.
A true 3D
experience with 360° views – a real treat!
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Planning meetings across continents is always a challenge. Co-ordinating time zones across the world, adjusting for daylight saving time and identifying work / leisure hours can be very confusing. TimeAndDate.com is a website which helps you do just that, along with a plethora of other useful functions relating to Time and Date.
The Meeting Planner app by timeanddate.com calculates the most convenient meeting time and visualizes normal business hours, non-working hours, and nighttime in a simple traffic light scheme: green, yellow & red. The app takes all Daylight Saving Time clock changes worldwide into account.
Look for the green time slots to plan a business meeting, yellow times for private calls or meetings outside of normal business hours, and avoid the red hours if you don’t want to wake someone up.
Plan your meetings easily now – get the app today!
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Air Sewa – for flight schedules and complaints for airport operation in India.
You can check Flight Status of all current inbound and outbound flights at any airport. You can even check the time table for all inbound and outbound flights operating for a specific route. Airport Information and Services for select airports are also available on the app.
Help and FAQs includes answers for common queries like cancellation charges, baggage allowances, etc.
It looks like work in progress and new features are being added at regular intervals.
Get more out of your flying experience, install Air Sewa today!
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The most popular app for Maps – Google Maps – now has estimated departure and arrival times built-in. What it means is that if you are planning to leave by car, tomorrow at 11 am to go to a certain destination, you will get an estimate of your arrival time, today. Conversely, if you have to reach a certain destination at 3 pm for a meeting next Thursday, you can get a prediction of when to leave, based on the traffic conditions normally found on that day and time. Of course, it will not be able to predict any major incidents / blockages that may actually occur on that day.
Once you select the departure and destination locations, the Set depart and arrive time option is available under the ‘Menu’ icon (three dots) at the top-right corner of the Google Maps app.
Now plan your trips sensibly and always arrive in style, on time!
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App in the Air is your personal “Flying Assistant”. It keeps you up-to-date with your flight: real time status, airport tips and in-airport navigation maps, flight profile with all your flights logged. It also keeps track of the loyalty programs: frequent flyer miles amount changes, importing your flight history.
The app works offline (gate changes and flight status updates are delivered via SMS which requires no data roaming). You can even automatically check-in. It also updates you on delays and changes in flight schedule well before you arrive at the airport.
Integration with TripIt helps to import your itinerary and vice versa: smoothly synchronize your itineraries across TripIt and App in the Air. Track your loyalty programs, and get full control of your air travel.
App in the Air is a boon and a must for frequent flyers!
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This is an app which aims to teach you a foreign language, but it does so in bite-sized chunks using pictures and games to help you learn and remember the basics.
Drops takes “boring” out of language learning: useful vocabulary is beamed into your memory via gorgeous minimalist illustrations and fast paced micro-games. No translations into your native language – no middlemen – just pure fun.
The fun part? It only takes 5 minutes a day. In fact that’s all the time you get! Insane? Yes. Works? Absolutely!
Learn 31 languages in your spare time, one drop at a time!
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OpenSignal is an award winning app, packed with features to help you accurately measure the everyday experience you receive on your mobile network. It includes download speed, upload speed and latency test, test speeds on cellular or wifi. It also retains a history of speed tests, visualized on a map or list.
The speed test allows you to find out the location at which the signal is strongest, and also compare cellular and wifi speeds. Network availability and speed stats are stored and listed based on your own experience as well as the experiences of others – whether on your own service provider or on other networks.
Coverage maps are available for all operators and zoom in to street level. The coverage maps are based on the signal experienced by users. The data is collected by crowd sourcing and is fairly representative. You could use this information to download maps before visiting areas with weak or no signal.
Overall, a very useful tool to understand your mobile connectivity efficiency.
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Tripit is one of my favorite Travel Organizers for air travel. As soon as you book a flight, hotel, car or other reservation, simply forward it to email@example.com and your plans will be instantly added to your master itinerary.
All your important details like flight timings, confirmation no., seat no. are in one place. No more frantically searching through your inbox for them. Important details like when your flight gets in, or your confirmation number will all be in one place. You can get to them instantly in TripIt, even when you’re offline. Plus, it is very easy to send travel plans to your calendar, or to anyone you choose. You can even update your meetings, hotel bookings and local conveyance bookings, to give you a complete picture of your visit in one place.
Manage all your plans for free with TripIt, or, for about the price of checking your bags, upgrade to Tripit Pro to get stress-free travel all year long. When you upgrade, you get additional features like choosing the best seat, receive real-time flight alerts, get terminal and gate reminders, track your frequent-flyer miles and much more.
An essential for Air Travel – undoubtedly!
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This app has given every 10ftx10ft square in the world a unique 3 word address. You can use the what3words app to discover, search, and share a 3 word address, and to get directions.
Search for a location or press the locate me icon, zoom in on the map to see the grid and move the pin to see the 3 word address change for every square. Tap the wordbar to share a 3 word address or get directions to it in a navigation app, or use the compass mode to navigate by simply following the pointer. And you can do it all offline and in your own language.
Use what3words to share the precise delivery point for where you live or work; organise the perfect meeting spot or pinpoint hard-to-find places on your travels.
The app is a great tool when a street address is not accurate enough or doesn’t exist.
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