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INRIX Traffic Now Available for Windows 8!

INRIX Traffic for Windows 8 is now live in the Windows Store! This app release is an important first step of many to bring our community members onto all important platforms including desktops, tablets, and smartphones.  Now avoiding the traffic has never been easier.   By working closely with the Windows 8 Team, we were […]

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It’s About Time…

Yes it is.  Time is the one thing that all of us get an equal amount of every day.  However, how that time is used varies wildly from person to person.  Whether it’s work, medical appointments, leisure and family time, gardening, sport, eating, traveling, socializing, or sitting in traffic, our time quickly diminishes with every […]

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Oh Canada! You’ve Made INRIX Traffic the Nation’s #1 Traffic app.

Just a quick note on this Family Day holiday (Alberta, Ontario and Saskatchewan) to say thank you to all our Canadian INRIX Traffic members.  With your help, INRIX Traffic is now the nation’s #1 Traffic app and a Top 10 free “Navigation” application overall which includes Traffic, Local Search, and Turn-by-turn apps. Here is a […]

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Thanks for a great 2011! To celebrate we’re giving away $1000!

We want to thank you for your feedback, insight and enthusiasm over the past year.  Your input has pushed and inspired us to keep driving INRIX Traffic forward.   In appreciation of your support and to celebrate our best year yet we’re giving away $1000 to one lucky winner. Reviews are important, they improve app visibility […]

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Beyond the App: iOS & Battery Life

Since we shipped our iOS 5 update (INRIX Traffic 3.5.1), many of you have alerted us that you’ve been experiencing increased battery drain.  While it would appear this would be the result of persistent use of the GPS in order to provide you with personalized traffic alerts based on your location, this is not the […]

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INRIX Traffic 3.5.1: Best of both worlds: Real time traffic alerts and minimal battery drain

INRIX is working hard to provide our members with the best of both worlds: the ability to notify you of upcoming traffic influencing incidents, like accidents and police activity, while limiting the drain of your phone’s battery. The app does this by using Apple’s Location Services functionality that allows us to use cell tower triangulation, […]

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Fix for 3.5 on iOS is on the way.

For those experiencing the ‘location services’ issue that continues to display the location services icon in the status bar at the top of your screen after disabling the new Traffic Alerts feature, the fix is on it’s way.  We’ve submitted an update to Apple for review.  Once approved, the update will be available in the […]

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It’s Here! INRIX Traffic 3.5 with Live Traffic Alerts & Expanded Traffic Coverage

Launching today, INRIX Traffic 3.5 offers several new time-saving, traffic-busting features for our popular INRIX Traffic App for iPhone and iPad. New INRIX Traffic app features debuting today include: See More Traffic for More Roads:  With INRIX’s expanded traffic on arterials, travelers can see at-a-glance if it’s faster to take side streets or stay on […]

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Thanksgiving Food Drive

This year INRIX’s Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive brought in enough food to feed 33 families. Donations are going to our friends at LifeSpring.  Check out the mountain of food going to needy families.  Thanks to all that participated.

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INRIX’s Bryan Mistele at WTIA’s TechNW on “How to Build ‘Em Big” Panel

Check out this video from WTIA‘s 2011 TechNW conference held last week in Seattle.  INRIX CEO, Bryan Mistele, talks about starting INRIX, how he manages risk, and shares his thoughts on building a start-up in Seattle. From TechNW: “HOW TO BUILD ‘EM BIG Building a company that has global reach, that can successfully meet the […]

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