19 Aug 2010 bse   » (Apprentice)

Introducing Proton for Android

It’s by no means the first, but it should be the last speedometer app you’ll ever need.

Unlike most speedometer apps, there’s no kitschy dial, Proton just gives you the facts. Current, top, and average speeds, presented in large, bold, numbers. Customizable with different colors and measurement types, from MPH to knots.

But wait, there’s more! With the premium version, Proton will show you a graph of your speed over time, and allow you to export all the logged speed and mileage data in a convenient CSV format.

I’m really pleased with this one, and hope you enjoy it too.

Visit the Proton site for more info and screenshots.

Download From The Android Market

Proton Lite

Syndicated 2010-08-19 15:55:32 from RedProcess Blog

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