Graham Hill’s Gadget Of The Week A Type Of Black Box

Sunday, 17. October 2010

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My gadget of the week is the equivalent to an in car black box. It’s an app that runs on the Android system on mobile phones. It allows you to relive a journey complete with details such as speed, time and location. The Daily Roads Voyager app uses your smartphone’s and built in GPS sensor to record a mixture of photo and video information. You will be able to record and share details of anything you see in your travels but in the event of an accident you will have video evidence and data such as speed and GPS co-ordinates which you can use for legal purposes. You will just need a phone holder that doesn’t cover the phone lens. The app runs in the background so you can still use the phone to make and receive calls as well as use the sat nav. You can take a video by tapping the screen once or a still photo by tapping the screen twice. The app records data and stores it along with videos as well as recording sudden changes in speed – useful in the case of an accident. Everything can be downloaded to your PC. The best news is that the app is free. You can download by going to www.dailyroads.com/voyager Do you have any apps that you have found useful that you would like to share? By Graham Hill

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