5 driving apps every car enthusiast needs

  (photo credit: INGIMAGE)
(photo credit: INGIMAGE)

Many of us love to travel by car. On your own or in a rented car, you can go on an exciting journey and discover new places. Domestic tourism became popular when the pandemic began, and many countries closed to tourists. According to the Statista website, domestic travel spending will reach $1.06 trillion in 2025. Travel expenses include expenses incurred by domestic travelers in the United States for travel-related expenses such as transportation, lodging, meals, entertainment and recreation, and incidental expenses.

Whether you love to travel and want to use your smartphone or get a new driver's license, or you don't want to use your phone while driving, there are plenty of ways to help everyone stay safe and use their smartphone.

Here are the top 5 car apps that can be useful:

1. Waze

The Waze app is developed by Google. 

In this application, you can find all the necessary information to make your journey as comfortable and thoughtful as possible.

Unlike Google Maps and Apple Maps, Waze uses user-provided data along with turn-by-turn navigation tools. Users will love the built-in speedometer, which lets you know when you're over the limit, and the toll feature, which alerts you to tolls on your route and how much they cost.

2. Smart Dash Cam

Video recorders are popular because they

record the road while you are driving, and are even used in dangerous situations to record the evidence needed to get people to court. However, DVRs have a significant disadvantage - they are pretty expensive.

That's why Smart Dash Cam is a handy app for your smartphone. Smart DVR turns your mobile device into a DVR. With this app, your device can capture every driving moment with auto loop and collision detection technology.

3. Roadtrippers

Roadtrippers streamlines the trip planning process by giving drivers complete freedom of choice. You can plan and save routes, collaborate with other app users, and find little-known destinations with this app.


There are more and more electric cars. Perhaps you have already become the happy owners of an electric vehicle.

So you are familiar with the problem associated with finding a place to charge your cars. The PlugShare application can show its owner all available electric car charging points.

5. Gas buddy

If you have a petrol or diesel car, you'll be happy to have an app like Gas Buddy.

This app has been helping drivers find the best fuel prices for years. Gas Buddy is a free, community-built mobile app that allows users to update local gas prices in real-time. In addition, the app's interface is easy to use as users can easily display results filtered by brand, price, location, and amenities.

There are a lot of modern applications for motorists. However, according to Forbes, inefficiency is also the scourge of modern applications that underpin innovation and automation, transforming companies, industries, and society. The main thing is not the variety of applications available today in the app store or play market—their top quality. And if you want to develop your own new and high-quality application for car enthusiasts and are not satisfied with those already on the market - contact MLSDev - software development company. Here, technical specialists will be happy to help you find a solution and create an application that will take top places in the ranking of the best.

This article was written in cooperation with MLSDev