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jasonh300 wrote:The secondary app for speed limits sounds like a good idea if it can be run in the background. But I tried searching the App Store for Maze and couldn't find anything like that. Are you using an iOS device or Android?
I think it may be an AutoCorrect issue that turned "Waze" into "Maze"... The OP says they use "Maze ... and a second app"...
Timbermark wrote:I actually employ two application: Maze for obvious reasons and a second app that informs me about speed limits
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So is his name Mark or Wark?
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The secondary app for speed limits sounds like a good idea if it can be run in the background. But I tried searching the App Store for Maze and couldn't find anything like that. Are you using an iOS device or Android?
Via my iPhone 3GS.
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Maze is aMazing. Love the app. Intuitive and user friendly interface and map is "well behaved." I used this application more than any other I-phone product.
During my travels, I actually employ two application: Maze for obvious reasons and a second app that informs me about speed limits and alerts me to violations of a preset speed overages. Last but not least, this second app also alerts me to know "hot spots" such at school zones and legacy speed traps. When they are approached, the app will ask to confirm those traps. So, overtime, the database is compiled with risks that are not transient, such as traffic issues or patrol sightings, but static risks that are are valuable for driver safety. If or when Maze employs these features, it would leave other traffic apps in the dust.
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