We have collected 20 android phone mobile apps for drivers that can help better in their driving experience. You can also play these apps offline.
This is a handy app for smartphone users who reside in the US or Canada. GasBuddy can help you locate the cheapest gas stations near you. Just key in your city, state or zipcode and you’ll be provided with a list of gas prices for your area. The prices are submitted by GasBuddy users. When you post gas prices you come across, you stand a chance to win prizes.
Hate those pesky speed traps? With this app, you will get alerts about speed traps, traffic accidents, traffic jams, construction work, red light cameras, and other information that would help you make decisions about your driving routes and speeds.
RepairPal is an award-winning app that will help you keep track of your car repair history, generate estimates for repair costs, get recommendations on the best repair shops in your area, acquire roadside assistance, and synchronize all your repair-related information via an online account. This app only works in the US though.
This is a cool app that will basically let you know how efficient a driver you are. In a nutshell, TripAlyizer gives you an efficiency rating based on your driving habits, determines your miles per gallon (MPG), note your carbon dioxide emissions, and records how much gas you refill.
With a community of 50 million users, Waze is a must-have to stay on top of what is happening on the road. With this app, you will get access to things like up-to-date traffic conditions, live-routing and maps, comprehensive voice-assisted navigation, alerts about road hazards, and even notifications when a Facebook friend is heading towards the same destination.
6. INRIX Traffic
INRIX Traffic is one handy app for maximizing your chances of arriving at your destination in time. With this app, you can see traffic conditions of more than 6.4 million kilometers of road, get all the relevant traffic news, find out the quickest route to get to your destination, and much more.
Dynolicious is an app that will help you get a better understanding of your car’s performance by measuring a range of performance metrics that include acceleration time, horsepower and others. You can also keep a record of all the test results with this app.
8. TomTom USA & Canada
TomTom USA & Canada is a navigation app that works with and without Internet access. Boasting a user base of 70 million, this app comes with features such as comprehensive voice-assisted navigation, up-to-date traffic conditions, robust search functions and free up-to-date maps for life.
9. Find My Car
Find My Car is a simple but useful app that makes use of GPS services and Internet connectivity to help you find your way back to your parked car. The latest version of the app also comes with a feature that enables you to look for your car with augmented reality technology.
10. Craftsman Garage Door
Craftsman Garage Door Openers allows you to you can control your garage door with an app and AssureLink Connectivity. With that set up, you can open or close your garage door anytime, anywhere, even if you are not home. You can also set it to alert you if the door is opened or closed by someone else. A separate plugin allows you to turn the garage door light on and off.
Can’t seem to remember when your parking meter is about to expire? Honk is an app that not only shows you the way back to your parked car, but also lets you know how much time you’ve got left before the time on the parking meter runs out.
12. GoPoint App
GoPoint App is a simple but convenient car maintenance app. It allows you to quickly see how efficient your car is by providing you with measurements on things like engine RPM, engine load value, engine coolant temperature, fuel economy, and other performance metrics.
iOnRoad is an award-winning app that will give you some peace of mind while you’re driving by utilizing your phone’s camera to constantly keep track of surrounding vehicles and alert you if there are potential hazards. The app comes with features such as collision warning, speeding and tailgating alert and driving analytics.
GasHog is a simple yet handy app for keeping track of your car’s fuel economy. Besides that, it also provides advice on how to improve your car’s fuel economy. The app is usable without Internet access too.
This is an app made specifically for beginner drivers who are still learning the ropes. Besides being your virtual driving instructor, DriveScribe also comes with the handy feature of keeping track of any shortcomings in your driving. You can even earn points for gift card redemptions if you drive safely.
16. FYI Mileage
FYI Mileage is a user-friendly app that makes keeping track of both your personal and business mileage a much simpler task. It comes with features such as exporting reports through email/Wi-Fi and support for more than one driver or car.
Nobody would want to get involved in an accident, but the fact remains that accidents do occur every single day. If you are ever caught in an accident, you would want an app like iWrecked to key in and keep a history of all the relevant details, previewand forward accident reports, and search for towing services.
An encyclopedia for parking spots, Parkopedia has coverage of more than 25 million parking spaces in close to 30 different countries. Definitely a handy app for making sure you don’t overlook any available parking space in the area you are in.
If you’re looking for an easier way to keep track of your mileage for tax return or reimbursement purposes, Taxmileage is an app that should meet your needs. It has a long list of features that include generating reports, automatic backups, real-time tracking with GPS, and support for more than one user.
20. Speedometer Speed Box
In Speedometer Speed Box, you have a quick and easy way to check if your car’s speedometer is indeed working properly. The app also has other features such as calculating average/max speeds, giving speeding alerts, GPS functionality, and calculating distance traveled.