Find out the proper speed limit for your local roads, or wherever you visit, with Speed Limit, the fun Android app from wikiSPEEDia.org.
Unlike all other speed-apps, this one knows the speed limit.
WikiSPEEDia, the world speed limit database, gathers the GPS coordinates of every speed-limit sign found by users all over the world. Speed Limit contains 27,000,000 speed limits from their open-source, constantly checked and edited database, including back roads missing from standard GPS systems.
Edit your own records if you find a sign which needs correction. Pay attention to Granny, who will let you know if you're exceeding the speed limit--and won't stop nagging you until you slow down (or turn off her taunts in the app's settings). Cast a quick glance at the posted speed as you drive; if the number turns red, please slow down.
Rally your local car club, Girl Scout Troop, School Fundraiser group to log speed limits in your area. Its easy and fun. Search for wikiSPEEDia on the web to see how a group of Lego US-First kids logged 500 speed limits from their houses! All signs contributed are copyrighted with your name, owned by you forever. Our motto is "if we get paid, you get paid". Your contributions could be valuable in the future as automated cars demand a speed limit database which you helped build.
Features a constantly expanding worldwide speed limit database.
Offers editable speed limit entries in case your local information changes.
Provides an entertaining--or annoying--companion who lets you know if you're going too fast.
1. Add the widget
2. Tap on the Speed Limit Sign to turn it on. It will now change as you drive.
3. If the speed limit is wrong, tap again. This brings up submit screen.
4. Change from MPH to KPH in SETTINGS.
5. Change to Analog/Steampunk mode in SETTINGS.
To save precious battery, the app will turn off after 1 minute of not-moving.
Analog/Digital Mode: There are two apps, in the companion app called SETTINGS, you can change from Analog to Digital.
Analog Mode: Steampunk mode. Shows three needles.
Black is the Speed Limit.
Orange is your speed.
Green is distance to next signs ahead of you.
Purple is distance to next sign behind you.
Odometer can be set in Companion app called SETTINGS.
This is an improved version of "Speed Limit, N1"
Here is what customers had to say about that app.
by john (November 3, 2010)
I have enjoyed this apparently Thanks for the help I love to speed
by RESCUE 520 (October 31, 2010)
Not bad. Good little app.
from 4 reviews