From Stanton Software:
Traffic web cams for commuters in Minneapolis, MN. Ready to head home and you want to check the traffic? MultiCam is the fastest way to get to the traffic web cams that matter to you. Instead of browsing to a web site and working your way through the menus and map graphics to find a web camera just open MultiCam on your iPhone and go straight to the camera you want with one click. Flick through the other cameras along your route, in order, with a simple Next button.Should I stay or should I go?The traffic is slowing to a crawl. Is it going to clear quickly or is it time to bail and find a better route? Open MultiCam, select the nearest camera with one click and then flick through the web cams along your route to see how far the congestion continues.MultiCam is a simple webpage viewer. It can display almost any web page. MultiCam Minneapolis comes pre-loaded with 342 traffic cameras. Some cameras appear in two highway lists as they cover highway junctions.Cameras are maintained by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Individual cameras may be inoperative due to weather conditions or maintenance requirements. REVIEWERSThank you for your interest, support and suggestions. We really do appreciate your help in making MultiCam email@example.comAcknowledgement. We are indebted to Curt Phelps for his Comprehensive Listing of Minnesota Department of Transportation Cameras[http://www.sector14.net/~curt/]and to David M Engfer for updating part of I-494
What's new in this version:
Bug fix. The update to 5.01 did not copy any custom pages added by users over to the new version. MultiCam Minneapolis 5.20 restores this function.