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About Speed limits HUD

Speed limits HUD is the most simple and powerful speedometer watching current speed limits with support of head-up display (HUD). The display supports normal viewing and HUD mode which mirrors the display at night for viewing GPS speed and current speed limit as a reflection on windshield. It increases your safety by projecting all navigation information right in your line of sight. Just launch the app, flip the screen by tapping on it and place your smart phone under the windshield. It also provides a seamless integration into Google Maps app!


To unlock advanced features including custom color schemes, spoken speed limits or integration into Google Maps app buy premium version in application.



FEATURES

* Very easy to use
* Sound alert when speed limit is exceeded
* Reflecting current speed and speed limit onto windshield
* Uses GPS to get your speed
* Automatic brightness adjustment
* Adjustable speeding tolerance
* Integrated with Google Maps app


Speed limits data

* Speed limits data are from OpenStreetMap: https://osm.org
* Go to OpenStreetMap's website on your computer to update or edit speed limits data: https://osm.org

This app uses Accessibility services in order to detect foreground Google Maps app and launch automatically. All trademarks belong to their respective owners. Google Maps is used in screenshots for demonstration purposes only.

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Sweet, no ads. Instead there are in app purchases which I think is way better. Thanks!
A Google user