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Traffic Cam NZ

TrafficCamNZ displays web image urls. It was built to display images generated by traffic cameras and can display any available static web image. Images you choose as "Featured" are downloaded and are setup side by side so that you can swipe across the screen to view multiple images quickly. You can also scroll vertically through every camera url stored. The application comes pre-configured with the New Zealand traffic cameras for Wellington, Auckland, and Christchurch. An update to the camera list is performed when you first run it to load hundreds more cameras from around the world. You can choose which cameras are the "featured" ones. Application notes: Pictures are displayed in the order they are received so the image arrangement may be different every time you run the application or refresh You will be downloading pictures over your a WiFi or 3C connection - they may be large - you should monitor your network traffic usage Images are not cached, if you recieve an image that isn't right (i.e. daylight when you know it is night time, it may be that the camera is not functioning) Sometimes the traffic camera pictures are not up-to-date on the internet. You may see night puictures when it is supposed to be daylight or perhaps pictures don't change. TrafficCamNZ has no control over that. Features: Flick through the loaded images with your finger Full screen image display for one image with pinch/zoom Load your own web images by specifying a World Wide Web URL, and test before saving Free version available, loads up to 3 images Full version available, loads up to 19 images Choose your own list of images to display up to the application limit Comes loaded with Traffic Cameras for New Zealand and other cameras around the world) with selected cameras displayed. Edit the preferences to turn on the display or turn off the display of the pre-loaded cameras. Remember you cannot display more than three at any one time with the free version. Allows XML import of camera list Camera list (XML Import file) can be updated from a web site - doesn't require the release of a new application