The app informs drivers of their speed, the speed limit, the type of camera ahead (fixed, mobile, red light, average speed cheks) and the remaining distance to reach it. A colour-coded warning system quickly and effectively alerts users if they need to slow down.
The TomTom Speed Cameras app is free to download then it works with a subscription (in-app purchase). TomTom is offering an introductory price of £1.49 (€1.59) for one month or £16.99 (€19.99) for 12 months. Normal price will be £3.99 for one month, £26.99 for twelve months.
The application is available pretty much everywhere in Western Europe except France and Switzerland. The exact list of countries read as follows: UK & Ireland / Austria & Germany / Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg / Spain & Portugal / Italy / Poland / Norway, Sweden and Finland.
TomTom claims it has 95% coverage of fixed camera locations and real-time updates for mobile speed cameras. The application is said to be powered by its driving community with 1.6 million drivers in 15 countries.