NavSpeedo

NavSpeedo


NavSpeedo is a speedometer for Google Navigator. It works as a background service and when it detects that Google Navigation activity is shown, a speedometer is shown over it without interfering with Navigation user interface.

Recent changes:
-Showing notification icon is now optional
Add to list
$2.74
85
4.3
User ratings
43
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
327 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of NavSpeedo Screenshot of NavSpeedo

About NavSpeedo
NavSpeedo is a speedometer for Google Navigator. It works as a background service and when it detects that Google Navigation activity is shown, a speedometer is shown over it without interfering with Navigation user interface.

Recent changes:
-Showing notification icon is now optional

User reviews of NavSpeedo
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 13, 2013
Exactly what I was looking for! I tried a few others that were less than average. This one is a winner.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2013
Exactly what I was looking for! I tried a few others that were less than average. This one is a winner.
A Google User
Feb 14, 2013
Brilliant (nearly) Bizarre that speed is not displayed in Google Navigation - well I can't find it. Searched for ages and tried a few apps but they were either far too laggy or overcomplicated. This one is a bit laggy on acceleration/deceleration but perfectly good enough for pushing it right to the limit in average speed camera zones ! Excellent. Deserves much higher rating. Try it.
A Google User
Dec 14, 2012
Brilliant (nearly) Bizarre that speed is not displayed in Google Navigation - well I can't find it. Searched for ages and tried a few apps but they were either far too laggy or overcomplicated. This one is a bit laggy on acceleration/deceleration but perfectly good enough for pushing it right to the limit in average speed camera zones ! Excellent. Deserves much higher rating. Try it.
A Google User
Nov 7, 2012
Does The Job Not perfect, but definitely the best of the lot, until Google sees fit to provide this information natively in the Navigation app. The good: • Automatically activates and deactivates as the Nav screen is displayed. • Can position the speed display anywhere on the Nav screen. • Remembers separate positions for both landscape and portrait mode. The less than good: • Speed display can overlay other date shown within the Nav app, such as the list of directions. • The example image used to allow positioning the display doesn't match the actual display (at least, not on my GS3), and the speed window is a slightly different size. That makes for a lot a trial and error to get the window positioned. • Would like option to display speed to a tenth of a unit, instead of only whole units. • Would like option to change window size and background color, and transparency. That said, it pretty much does what I want, and I hope it still works as well when I'm upgraded to Jelly Bean. If you want a speed reading on the Nav app, don't want to bother with turning a separate app on and off, and don't mind spending a few bucks, this is your best choice.