- Last update: 3 years ago
- Version: 5.2.0
- Size: 27.4 MB
- Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Author: PhantomALERT Inc.
- Content rating: You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Languages: English, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- In-App Purchases:
- Monthly Plan $9.99
- 1-Year Plan $29.99
- Lifetime Plan $99.99
- 3-Year Plan $49.99
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Hate Traffic Tickets? Traffic Jam and Accidents?
Your smartphone is no longer just for calls and navigation, it can save you from costly traffic tickets, gridlock and accidents. Simply download over 400,000+ enforcement and safety locations and transform your device into a virtual radar detector. You will receive Audible and Visual alerts giving you ample time to slow down and be aware of your surroundings. Speed traps, red light cameras, speed cameras, DUI check points, you will see them before they see you. If you hate traffic tickets, then this is a service for you. The first time it works, it has paid for itself. With PhantomALERT on your GPS or SmartPhone you can drive anywhere in the US or Canada ticket and accident free.
PhantomALERT's database is the largest, most accurate in the world and constantly updated by millions of drivers like you.
No more traffic tickets. Fast & easy download.
Join the millions of satisfied users today!
Use this application while driving to be alerted of PhantomALERT enforcement and safety POIs way in advance.
Alert locations are updated direct to your device by the thousands of likeminded drivers in real time. Dedicated fellow drivers who keep an eye out for danger on the road and give you the heads so you are not surprised. It's truly a community of drivers helping drivers...
AVOID TRAFFIC JAMS. Now you can access straight through your devise over 15,000 real-time traffic camera images shown in an automated manner depending on your current location for the entire USA and Canada. See what traffic looks like before you even hit the road. Plan faster routs and avoid mind numbing traffic jams.
Together we can become safer, alert and ticket free drivers. Join a community of over a million likeminded drivers who are passionate about safety on the roads.
Please consider emailing the CEO at info@PhantomALERT.com for any issues with the application first before rating.
FAQ. Is PhantomALERT legal?
Yes. Its 100% legal and supported by several Police departments.
"Sgt. Tim Burrows, a Toronto traffic officer, says PhantomALERT essentially does the same thing that police do before a photo radar blitz or a crackdown on impaired driving. By advertising the locations of photo radar and check stops, the system encourages its users to avoid drinking and driving, or slow down in the area."
"we are not against them... part of the actual enforcement "DUI" is the campaign to tell people to stop driving while intoxicated ... and we push out information that says where DUI check points will be and an application that tells you is the same thing we already do." Virginia Police
Florida Police support PhantomALERT...
"It provides an alert, which provides awareness to drivers, which could prevent a red light running situation, which could ultimately cause serious bodily injury or even death,"
Bradenton Police Department's Deputy Chief Jeffrey Lewis said "I like PhantomALERT. It's a great program." VA Beach Police
"PhantomALERT is completely legal." Virginia Police
"Police did not have a problem with PhantomALERT" Montgomery, MD Police
"If it is alerting the driver there is camera ahead and actually gets the driver to slow down... be aware of the speed limit and also be aware of the speed limit and also be aware not to run that red light... that's a great idea." New Mexico Police
"Police don't have a problem with it." WTKR
"Local police chief say they have no problem with another way to make drivers more careful." St Louis Police