Continuous video recordingContinuous video recording with user-defined length and video quality. Sound can be included. Safe ZoneSudden changes in speed (as detected by the accelerometer), or a touch on the screen (indicating an important road event) triggers the application to place the latest recorded video sequence into a safe zone. This zone is protected from automatic cleanup, and recording can continue, basically allowing the user to accumulate video files of interesting events during the whole journey. Loop recordingWhen the user-defined storage space starts to fill up, the oldest videos are automatically deleted, to make room for new files. Photo storage can be controlled separately. GPS details on videosSpeed, elevation, timestamp and GPS coordinates are saved each second, and are shown on videos/photos within the application, next to a map. The GPS details can also be embedded into videos via our server (credits are used). Street Address Automatically determine street address of photos and protected videos, or display the location on a map. Videos are played back in sync with a track on the map. Background ModePhotos/videos can be captured even while the application is in the background. This means you can receive and place calls, use your GPS navigation or radar detection software, and rest assured that everything what happens in front of your vehicle is still being recorded. Built-in File ManagerThe accumulated files can be easily managed through the built-in file manager. It is possible to view photos and play videos (individually, or in a sequence), upload, delete, view on map, bookmark, view details, and select the grouping option which is better suitable for what you want to see. Automatically Captured PhotosPhotos can also be automatically captured at user-defined intervals and resolutions. Automatic uploadsSelected (or all) photo/video files can be automatically and manually uploaded to DailyRoads.com. The Pro version also allows uploads to Google Drive, Dropbox and custom servers. Overheating ProtectionWhen recording high quality videos, certain devices can slowly heat up due to increased resource consumption. Advanced options control what happens when a threshold is reached.