The Seven Best Traffic Apps of 2023

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The Seven Best Traffic Apps of 2023

There is no denying that timing is everything when it comes to your daily commute. Otherwise, you can lose your precious productive work hours. In urban cities, people will always face traffic issues that could cause delay in their work. Nobody wants to be stuck in traffic – so to avoid the busiest route, you need to stay updated about traffic jams and incidents.

With the advancement in technology, there is no surprise that driving applications have become increasingly popular. Good traffic apps offer a range of solutions, such as helping people find the best route, warning users of hazards on their path, suggesting places, and so on. The apps keep you informed about traffic conditions and make your life convenient.

There is a plethora of apps and we have listed some of the best ones that you can download. So, take your pick from the list given below.

Waze is one of the most popular apps you can download, giving real-time traffic information. With this app, you can easily adjust your route and avoid traffic jams. You can rely on the information provided because the updates are received from actual drivers rather than the algorithms. However, to use this app, you must have an active data connection on your smartphone. So if you are a subscriber of Cox Communications, then you do not have to use your data but simply use its hotspot connection while driving. Yes, the provider offers more than 3 million free nationwide hotspots, so you will get internet access wherever you go. You can click here to learn about the packages in detail.

• Compatible with CarPlay
• Regular updates so it performs better
• Real-time updates about traffic jams, accidents on your route, construction, etc

• Several ads

Google Maps
This is one of the most popular apps that offer accurate traffic information. You can use it to find the best route and trach real-time ETAs. This way, you can re-route your path based on live traffic updates or road closures. You can save addresses, check distance, and estimate ETAs o various methods of commute such as cycling or walking.

• Real-time traffic information
• Automatic path rerouting when needed
• Several additional features like the 360 street view

• Technical glitches occur on rare occasions

Sygic GPS Navigation & Maps
This app is not free but it is one of the best apps because it has several incredible features that can help you reach your destination without facing any traffic jams.
In addition, it can be used without the internet and offer real-time traffic conditions updates. It also has advanced features such as a head-up display (HUD) which projects navigation onto your vehicle's windshield. Thus, this helps in making your drive safe at night. You can try this app for seven days and then decide whether you should go for the premium version.

• Offline maps so no need to use mobile data
• Multiple safety features such as HUD display, Lane Assistant, and real-time route sharing
• Compatible with CarPlay

• A subscription of $26.99 is required

MapQuest is an American free online map service that was launched in 1996. But with the advancement of technology, it has also evolved and now is one of the best iOS traffic apps. It offers real-time traffic updates with turn-by-turn navigation, so you can get the best route while you are off to work.

• Updates regarding traffic condition
• Live traffic camera
• Provides alternate routes to avoid toll roads and highways

• Location data might not be as accurate as it should be
• Can be a battery hog

Scout Maps
With this app, you can easily beat traffic jams as you get live updates. If the road is jam-packed, it helps you find your destination by offering turn-by-turn directions. If it has helped you find the best route, then you can save it for the next time.
Moreover, this application helps you easily find retail shops, restaurants, gas stations, and so on.

• Save routes for future use
• Intuitive interface
• A $4.99 per year subscription required

TomTom Go Navigation
This is a popular app that gives you audio warnings for speed and red lights. Since most other apps only offer visual alerts, this one can help you focus on the roads. This feature is helpful so you can focus on the road.
• Audio warnings
• Accurate traffic information through user data
• Advanced lane guidance

• Maps do not function if you do not have an internet connection

Traffie Navigation
This navigation app instantly updates you about traffic situations, including delays, construction, accidents, crashes, and much more. It automatically shows alternate routes and available parking spots near your destination.

Apart from the regular map features, it offers advanced head-up features, so it is easier for you to navigate in the dark. This helps in minimizing the chances of accidents.

• Compatible with Siri shortcuts
• Shows parking spots
• Includes head display to help avoid accidents

• A $5.99/week subscription required
• No offline version of the map

In Brief
Traffic apps have emerged as a great solution to help save the time of those who live in busy cities. So, if you face traffic issues every day, you need to download one of the applications listed above.

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