From an app that locates your car to one that serves as a ready reckoner for traffic fines, these apps will make your life simpler.
1. MyCar Locator
How often have you found yourself looking for your car in the massive parking lot of a shopping mall and were frustrated beyond words? Enter Car Locator, an app that helps you locate your car after that exhausting shopping trip. My Car Locator is available for both Android and Apple users.
Scout is a GPS app for iOS that provides real-time traffic updates. Whether it’s an accident or road maintenance work, Scout will tell you everything you need to know about the road you are driving on. It’s also integrated with TripAdvisor and Foursquare to provide you additional information about your destination. Scout currently covers a limited number of cities as of now but it is steadily increasing its scope. It’s available for Android and Apple users.
3. Google Maps
Few other mapping apps come close to Google Maps. The fact that Google Maps is free is the icing on the cake. The new offline maps service has come as a boon to several travellers driving around in remote locations. It’s available to iOs and Android.
4. Traffic Fines India
Ever caught yourself wondering if you’ve paid too of a much fine for a seemingly small offence? Traffic Fines India has up-to-date information of all kinds of traffic offences and the corresponding fines that you have to pay. Cities covered are Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. There’s offline access available as well for those times when the Net is down. Available for Android and Apple users.
Ever wished there was someone to read out that long-awaited mail you’ve finally received while driving? DriveSafe.ly does just that. This free Android app reads out text messages and emails so you can drive safely without taking your hands off the wheel.