Sigalert.com - Live traffic reports
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Save time, save money, and save yourself from the hassles of traffic jams with Sigalert.com. Sigalert features constantly updated, real-time road speeds, round-the-clock traffic reports from the country's top traffic company, and the largest network of roadside traffic cameras in the U.S. Avoid traffic with Sigalert.com.
For more than a decade, California drivers have had a secret weapon in their daily commute--Sigalert.com. In 2010, Sigalert expanded to offer its uniquely simple and powerful service in more than 75 metropolitan areas across the U.S. Now Sigalert has more users than any other online traffic service (comScore/MediaMetrix data from January 2011).
The Sigalert iPhone app is simple to use, but packed with information:
*** MORE THAN JUST RED/YELLOW/GREEN - Sigalert offers incredibly detailed speed information. Sigalert's users know when traffic is moving 25 miles per hour and when it's moving 40 miles per hour. Shouldn't you?
*** CONSTANTLY UPDATED REPORTS ON ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION AND TRAFFIC JAMS - Sigalert features Total Traffic data. Our 24/7 coverage of road conditions comes from hundreds of professional traffic reporters stationed in state-of-the art data centers across the U.S.
*** THE BEST TRAFFIC CAMERAS IN THE BUSINESS - Sigalert uses a custom built and curated camera network -- the most extensive real-time camera coverage. You can see actual traffic conditions along your route right now.
- Real-time traffic map
- 24/7 speed/accident/construction coverage
- Extensive traffic camera network
- Personalized routes showing ONLY the conditions on your drive
- Unmatched traffic detail with just a tap of the map
- GPS integration to automatically track you while you drive
- Shake to refresh data
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What's New in Version 4.0.5
Refresh Button Suggestion
I use this app everyday and have for years. My one nagging issue is the refresh button.
I wish it was:
- Larger than the other buttons and easier to accurately hit.
- Positioned away from the other buttons so easier to hit.
- or both of the above.
I often will get the overview I want them go to hit refresh and will accidentally hit the relocate button.
Obviously I use this app while driving (held by dash magnet). I need accurate less fuss updating.
They "completely redesigned the interface" yet the buttons are still the same.
Would sacrifice all the new features for a better refresh button arrangement.
As usual, when apps add ads it breaks all kinds of things. The app no longer updates your location when you open it. I drive a lot so having to constantly hit the update location button is a pain. The text is pretty small. The change text size buttons in the settings do absolutely nothing. How was this not actually tested before it was pushed out?
Of all the stupid ideas to cover the screen with a distracting banner of ads and feature buttons! I pay a subscription to keep the ads off the screen. The mobile app, which I never access from my desktop, was clean and free of aggravating unnecessary junk in the way of the vital information I've depended on for a few years. Take that stuff of the screen. DISPLAY THE MAP ONLY!