- bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Love me some of that Inrix!
How can I praise Inrix more?
Using the free traffic monitor since the iPhone 4s days has proven how useful and timely the available data is for use as an actionable information resource on my commute back and forth to work.
Inrix is so accurate that it causes unintended consequences while driving through highly congested routes. Once traffic slows to a crawl, people using Inrix information in real time create new bottlenecks with alternate routes becoming jammed with traffic, making long commutes even longer due to the pressure of so many drivers trying to avoid the delays on the Interstate vs surface streets.
Knowledge is power, trying to avoid congested highways makes all viable re-routes unusable as a time saving strategy.
In highly congested urban areas such as Los Angeles, this makes for an impenetrable gridlock of autos on highways and any surface streets adjacent to highways.
For the unfortunate residents of these surface streets, quality of life drops considerably with the stampede of cars sitting idling in once quiet neighborhoods.
Before leaving home via Interstate it is now part of my preparation to check Inrix traffic along the entire route to avoid sitting in congestion.
For Inrixs’ ability to inform me of significant delays creates more quality time in my life because sitting in an idling car is no ones idea of a great use of time.
I am new to using this app but as of right now I feel satisfied I only wish that app would give me more information on which direction would be the fastest for me to go. The app show two ways to go and there are at least five different route to my destination I wish I would have a choice to see all of the routes so that I can determine which would get me there the quickest way. The app shows two ways that you can get to your destination one is the fastest and two is the quickest a.k.a. shortest as for myself I'm not understanding between the two when the app State fastest or shortest don't really understand the difference between the two. I understand the fastest will get you there the quickest way the shortest "this is my confusion about what it get you there the fastest way as well if it's the shortest route what's the difference between the fastest and shortest route? This is nearly my feelings on this app overall downloading the app wouldn't be a bad choice for those that decide to it's a great app has a lot of information so good luck downloading the app enjoy and I get it five thumbs up. And a little side information, it has pictures of all the roads you'll take that is wonderful enjoy
Brilliant and user friendly app
My husband just showed me this app today and it helped us navigate through an accident that had JUST happened. My favorite feature so far are the cameras so we can see what is ahead that is causing the slowdown. Of course I would never use this while I was driving because you have to really look close at the screen to see what’s going on. PLEASE EVERYONE STAY OFF YOUR PHONE WHILE YOURE DRIVING!! Y’all are going to cause an accident and you may hurt someone, or multiple people. 90% of drivers I see swerving or slamming on the brakes are on their phone!! It makes me so angry!!!
- INRIX, Inc
- 320.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2015 INRIX, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.