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Ndrive intros NRadar safety camera warnings iPhone app

iPhone developer Ndrive has announced NRadar, a new safety camera warning application for iPhone.

The free application is available in the UK, France, Italy, Poland, and Iberia via the Apple Store.

NRadar combines several functions to create a robust product unlike any other safety camera application insists the company.

NRadar features include.

? Offers voices of real people that tell you to reduce the speed, so you do not even need to look at the screen, like a normal turn by turn application? Allows settings for Fixed radars, mobile and lights

? Setup warning based on sounds, shake and flashing

? Setup up your preferred distance for warnings

? Retrieve updates for the safety camera database whenever you like for free

? Create your own safety camera database easily, allowing you to manage creation, editing, and removal of user-generated information as you like

? See multiple warnings at the same time

? Know from where they will come from checking the screen

? Allows iPod music at the same time with music fade out and fade in

? Uses advanced Bluetooth with your car, so it can override the music with the warnings

Available from the Apple iTunes App Store, NRadar requires the iPhone 3.1.2 Software Update or later.

NDrive Navigation Systems is a Portuguese company that began developing navigation software in 2005. More recently the company has turned its focus to making GPS programs for mobiles including the iPhone, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android platforms.

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