DailyRoads Voyager Video
DailyRoads Voyager Video Transcript
I'm (Anton Goodone?) and this is Tap That App, the show we find the hottest apps in, (??) Jone. Today we're taking a look at daily road voyager. Now have you ever been driving around and find your self in a little bit of a fender vendor and there's really no way to prove who's fault it is. Case of your word against there. Essentially what this black box up does is record your GPS position and a view of your vehicle out of the front. You can either record video or steel photos. Now in the event of an accident, all you have to do is tap anywhere on the screen and daily road voyager will save the last 60 seconds of video. Now if there's any issue in court, you've got the proof right here to prove that it's not actually your fault. There are bunch of different studies in daily road voyager that lets your customize how much space you're actually gonna be taking up on your SD card with video. You can adjust the resolution of the video. How many frames per second the steel photos are taking at or even set to automatically upload that video to a service that says Youtube or Picassa. It's a free download in the Android market and basically it really neat way to cover your own butt when you're out there on the road. There is also a background mode that allows you to run the app in the background. So if you wanna do something else with your phone while you drive like get turn by turn navigation or listen with the music, you don't have to occupy your screen with this app. There is also an automatic mode that if it send to the shock with this (pixelmator?) it'll automatically go ahead and buffer that. So if you get into really bad accident and you're incapacitated and can't touch the screen, the app can still do that for you. That's it for this week episode of Tap That App. If you've got an app that you'd like to see taps, send it to tapthatappcnet.com. Until then have an inch one good one and be safe on those roads out there
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