In Trapster App, South Florida Drivers Help Each Other
Your smartphone or tablet can now help you steer clear of road hazards that stymie traffic on South Florida roads every day. The makers of the traffic-warning app Trapster estimate thousands of new users around the world are downloading the app every day. "On average, we add between (8,000) and 10,000 new users a day," explained Trapster's product manager, Sean Farrell. "Some of our biggest cities are the major driving cities. Cities like New York, L.A. and Miami."