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Inrix Traffic for Android

Inrix Traffic for Android is a good trip-planning supplement for accurate travel time estimates, but you'll need a primary navigation app for turn-by-turn navigation.

By January 24, 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 24, 2013

Inrix pinpoints dangerous roads from crowdsourced car sensors

Traffic data aggregator Inrix launches its Road Weather service today, using sensor data from cars to pinpoint roads made dangerous by bad weather.

By September 1, 2015


Inrix doubles street coverage with XD Traffic

Inrix's new service, XD Traffic, not only increases the amount of roads covered, but also gives users a higher resolution of traffic data, with increments down to 800 feet.

By October 31, 2013


Inrix Traffic demos Google Glass as a HUD in the car

The traffic data provider's concept Glassware gets us thinking about how Google Glass can be safely used while driving.

By September 3, 2013


BMW finds you curbside parking with iPark

BMW and partner Inrix to debut a feature to help drivers find on-street parking spots.

By June 3, 2015


Inrix Traffic 3.0 for Android, iOS gets better crowdsourcing

CNET Car Tech gets the early scoop on Inrix Traffic 3.0 for iOS and Android brings provider's traffic data to your smartphone along with a few new features.

By May 18, 2011


Inrix finds traffic detours in Fords and on the iPhone

Inrix shows off a new traffic app for the iPhone and announces a partnership with Ford.

By January 9, 2010


Inrix offers free traffic app for iPhone

CNET Car Tech reviews the Inrix Traffic app on the iPhone.

By August 7, 2009


Live podcast today: Where is car navigation going?

Join me on today's Reporters' Roundtable podcast for a discussion with two car navigation pioneers, Inrix CTO Craig Chapman and Waze VP of Platform Di-Ann Eisnor.

By April 8, 2011


Reporters' Roundtable: Where is navigation going?

Navigation? That's not enough for today's drivers. They now demand traffic-aware routing. Inrix CTO Craig Chapman and Waze VP Di-Ann Eisnor discuss the state of the art in automotive nav.

By April 8, 2011