Waze for Windows Phone enters beta stage, looking for testers


Earlier this month we told you about Waze and their plans to release a Windows Phone app in June. It looks like things are going according to schedule. The app is already in the beta stage, and Waze is looking to recruit some testers.

Waze is currently taking applications for beta testers. If you’d like to sign up you’ll need a Waze account and commitment to providing feedback. The more feedback Waze can get the better the app will be, and the easier it will be for them to achieve their June release. This is also a good opportunity to show how much support there is on the platform.

Waze allows users from all over the world to report things like road closings, accidents, traffic jams, speed traps, and more so that other users can avoid the hassles. It can be described as a crowdsourced traffic monitoring app. The app will notify you if you are approaching a traffic situation, or if you’re the first to notice you can report it and help other drivers.

Thanks Mark!

[via Waze]

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