HUD Widgets

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HUD Widgets


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Navigation 1.6.0 November 18, 2017 3.79

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Version 1.6.0 released on November 18, 2017
- We added support of iPad devices!

Version 1.5.6 released on November 16, 2017
- fix enable location services for iOS 11

Version 1.5.5 released on November 08, 2017
– update links to external applications

Version 1.5.4 released on September 20, 2017
— Fixed an issue with fast battery draining

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App Description

HUD Widgets app is a set of handy and popular navigation widgets, like speedometers, trip info, landmeter, weather, eco-driving, etc... All widgets work in regular or head-up display (HUD) mode. Speedometers: — Classic digital speedometer — Digital, with compass, odometer, and distance traveled (Chevrolet Aveo style) — A set of retro speedometers: Cadillac style, arched, circular GPS trip information: — See how safely you drive: the app calculates your driving score based on your acceleration, braking, turns, and speeding data. — Know your fuel consumption per each trip and the expenses on it. — Information on your current, maximum and average speed, distance and time traveled — Large compass — Eco-driving. Acceleration and deceleration graphs indicate driving efficiency Other: — Internet Radio — Land meter. Indicates the angle of car slope or tilt — pitching and rolling — Weather and clock Launch the app, select the widget, and place the smartphone close to the windshield (to use it in HUD mode, with the screen image reflected onto the windshield), or fix it in the mount. Attention! 1. On a clear day, the device screen brightness is typically insufficient to give a decent reflection for HUD mode. In that situation, you can use the app in standard mode with the phone fixed with some mount, OR stay HUD using our HUDWAY Glass accessory (more at or see bellow). At night, in dusk, or in dull weather the reflection is normally well-discernible. 2. Continuous use of geolocation services (GPS and GLONASS) may drain your device battery fast. 3. When driving, make sure that your smartphone or tablet is well fixed in some mount or on some sticky pad, and doesn't prevent you from clearly seeing the road. HUDWAY Glass car accessory makes smartphone work as a head-up display in any car even in daytime. Removes doubling, offers sharp enlarged reflection image. Learn more: Privacy Policy Terms of Use

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