EnLighten by Connected Signals

EnLighten by Connected Signals


When you're stopped at a red light (In the coverage area), you may be hoping you have time for that desperately-needed sip of coffee, or you may be fretting about how long you're going to be sitting there. Having no idea how long you have can be one of those tiny stresses that make up your day.

EnLighten helps take that stress out of driving. When you stop at a red light, it predicts how long the light will be red. Then, a few seconds before the light changes, EnLighten chimes to tell you the light is about to change.

Recent changes:
Improved Out of Coverage Detection
Bug Fixes
Added Optional Safety Feature: Blank Screen when Phone is Horizontal
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Free
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2.9
User ratings
58
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
9355 kb
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About EnLighten by Connected Signals
When you're stopped at a red light (In the coverage area), you may be hoping you have time for that desperately-needed sip of coffee, or you may be fretting about how long you're going to be sitting there. Having no idea how long you have can be one of those tiny stresses that make up your day.

EnLighten helps take that stress out of driving. When you stop at a red light, it predicts how long the light will be red. Then, a few seconds before the light changes, EnLighten chimes to tell you the light is about to change.

Recent changes:
Improved Out of Coverage Detection
Bug Fixes
Added Optional Safety Feature: Blank Screen when Phone is Horizontal

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
Naps Now I can catch a power nap at every stop light.
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
I guess los angeles isnt covered Its kinda a big metro area
A Google User
Aug 3, 2015
I installed this app hoping to try it out and give it a fair review. Sadly, I can't. I realized after the fact that there is a coverage map, a really poor coverage map. Honestly, there are so few cities supported that I wonder why this app even bothers to exist yet. Seriously, you seem to have several [incredibly hard to determine] cities in the US supported but then only one in New Zealand and soon to be one in AU? Why not focus on one geographical area or even just a single state and make it a beta while you work out all the problems? Instead, there's a handful of people who can use it here and there with mixed results. What grinds my gears the most about it is how I found out about this thing. It's going to be supported in BMWs (and I'd like to think the company helped work out such a deal) and the service can't even be used in 99% of the places you can buy the car. Why even bother?
A Google User
Aug 3, 2015
Sound I use my phone for to listen to music in the car. Also turn the sound off on most apps. So when i want to hear your app I have to stop listening to the music and remember to turn it up. Can't you have it use notification protocols
A Google User
Aug 2, 2015
Advice To Developers Don't hawk a product to the masses that works in - what - two or three cities? Be up front and honest. I'd have loved to have given a review of how this works but your deceptive practices left me no choice but to give it one star.