DailyRoads Voyager

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    DailyRoads Voyager

    by: 28.7K 8.6

    8.6 Users



    Recording road videos since 2009, DailyRoads Voyager works as a car blackbox, dash cam or auto DVR, continuously capturing videos and photos during your journeys. The app automatically records everything, but only important events are retained for future reference or as evidence. You get to choose what to keep, simply by touching the screen, even while you drive.

    The video evidence can be invaluable in case of accidents, insurance fraud, police abuse, protection from crash-for-cash scams and differences of opinion with other drivers.

    Key features:
    - Continuous video recording, with user-defined length and video quality; sound can be included
    - User-defined storage space on the SD card with cyclic recording; i.e. the card never fills up
    - One-touch video retention allows you to keep video files for interesting road events during the whole journey
    - Auto retain video upon sudden shock (e.g. accident); configurable g-force sensitivity
    - Automatically capture photos at user-defined intervals and resolutions; great for time-lapse photography
    - Background video/photo capture, with optional buttons over other applications
    - Auto start and shutdown based on car dock detection and related options
    - Videos/photos are timestamped & geotagged
    - Automatically determine street address of retained videos/photos
    - Display videos/photos location on a map
    - Display speed, elevation, timestamp and GPS coordinates on videos/photos
    - Option to change speed units (km/h, mph) and date format
    - Overheating protection
    - GPS can be disabled to reduce power consumption
    - Brightness adjustment option allows less distraction when driving at night
    - Built-in file manager, video/photo browser
    - Add title/description/bookmark to files
    - Upload files to
    - App2SD

    This is a free application with some ads, but they are disabled after any donation or purchase within the app. Thanks again for all the donations! The Pro version doesn't include any ad library, but the functionality is almost the same.

    Enjoy, and have a safe journey!

    Working combinations of video settings on various phone models:


    Interactive demo of our future plans:

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    Languages: English, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian
    Languages: English, العربية, Português do Brasil, български, 简繁中文, Hrvatski, Čeština, Nederlands, Français, Deutsch, עברית, Magyar, Italiano, 日本語, 한국의, Polski, Română, Русский, Español, Türkçe, Українською

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    Users comments for DailyRoads Voyager

    JustAnotherBean Velazquez

    by JustAnotherBean Velazquez

    Nov 11, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    What's the difference between the free version and the 'pro version'?

    so kay

    by so kay

    Nov 10, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Still the best

    Hoan Ta

    by Hoan Ta

    Nov 10, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Many years using this app on my Android phone but unfortunately there is no way to get the app on Ios,

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Nov 10, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Battery drain even after you stop recording.

    Musa Khumalo

    by Musa Khumalo

    Nov 09, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great app I have ever used to record my trips. I like its ability to be altered as per your taste i.e resolution, hue, back light, etc and at the same time it is recording your speed, allowing you to take pictures at anytime and all of this is available as icons while you are driving. This app is Lakka!! Lakka!!!

    Ryan Hurtgen

    by Ryan Hurtgen

    Nov 08, 2017  |  "OK"

    battery hog