Trapster, the popular speed trap alert service, has recently been acquired by NAVTEQ. If you haven't used Trapster before, it's an application that lets users share tips on conditions and speed traps with others across multiple platforms. Trapster's user base is already close to 10 million and NAVTEQ is looking to increase this already huge number. NAVTEQ is also on a mission to bring more features (like parking availability) to the application and also to improve and fine tune the core features that made Trapster such a popular app. Combining the Trapster application with NAVTEQ's map expertise is sure to bring a great app to you, and the other 10 million users out there. Trapster is free of charge and they want it to be known that they have no intention to change this. It is availbable for a variety of BlackBerry devices.
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