Trapster - Your GPS enabled BlackBerry device alerts you as you approach police speed traps. - Dynamic alert area narrows and elongates based on your velocity and direction of travel
- Customizable alert filters allow you to specify what types of traps you will be alerted to, and how you're alerted
- Custom sound themes for spoken alerts, in lots of fun voices, plus French, German, and Spanish language
- Real time traffic information for many areas
- All new native BlackBerry UI, no more DOS looking menus
- Improved signup process
Trapster users share the location of police speed traps by simply clicking their mobile phones. It uses your phone's GPS and Internet to alert you as you approach reported traps.
When you see a trap, report it by pressing a button on your phone, or calling a toll free number. Other user's phones will alert them as they approach the trap. Trapster learns the credibility of traps based on how many users agree. It also learns the credibility of each user, over time.
So how does it work? Our goal is to make it so simple that you don't need to know. But in case you are interested, it combines technologies such as GPS and wireless location, voice transcription, geocoding, reverse geocoding, and SMS, with a central database server. It communicates in real time, using the Internet.
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Supported operating systems:
RIM BlackBerry OS 4.3, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.5, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.6, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.7, RIM BlackBerry OS 5.0, RIM BlackBerry OS 6.0
Other Software by developer «Tenereillo»:
Trapster (iPhone) Trapster is a free application that alerts you as you approach police speed traps, red light cameras or speed cameras. Also, it provides turn by turn directions, local search, and My Trips trip recorder all from within Trapster!
· World's most complete and up to date speed trap and camera database with 500,000 traps reported
Trapster (Java) Trapster is a free service that allows users to share the location of police speed traps using their mobile phones. The system uses the phone's GPS capabilities and the Internet to instantly alert other users as they approach the reported trap.
When you see a trap, report it by pressing a button on your phone, or calling a toll free number