AMSTERDAM - From Wednesday, Flitsmeister is also able to report flashes that are not on A or N roads. The apple maker says rural flash coverage was a great wish of the community behind Flitsmeister.
In addition to a wider flash coverage, the dashboard inside the app has also been changed a tad. For example, the ability to enter a final destination is now processed under a search button and the current location is less prominent. These 'small' adjustments have created more space for traffic information. In addition, it is now possible to zoom in on maps and you can set a map to always leave it north.
Despite the growth of Waze in the Netherlands and the arrival of alternatives to Flitsmeister, the app remains one of the most popular Dutch apps. More than a million people use Flitsmeister daily.