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iExit tells you what's coming up in real time when driving on the interstate. It's designed to easily communicate which upcoming exits have what you need, whether that's gas, a hotel, a rest area, or specifically a Chick-Fil-A. Your GPS will tell you how to get there. iExit will tell you where to stop along the way. ★★★★★ Reviews "Best of Group" (comparison of exit-based travel apps) ☞ USA Today "For less than the cost of most tolls, you'll get a tremendously useful app that will help you find what you need when you need it." ☞ About.com "iExit gives a great rolling window into all of the restaurants, gas stations, and what have you as they pass on the nation's interstate highways." ☞ New York Times "iExit is a valuable resource for travelers in general and especially so for parents of picky eaters." ☞ MacWorld.com "Plenty of free apps will tell you which businesses are nearby, but iExit groups them handily by freeway exit." ☞ Smartmoney.com "There's something to be said for this kind of convenience, especially if you're a serious road-tripper." ☞ CNET.com "Where can you get off for gas or food? Where can you find a campground or hotel? At highway speeds you can easily whip past the exit you need. iExit shows you exactly what you'll find off the highway. And it'll tell you which exit you need to watch for." ☞ Kim Komando "iExit quickly communicates where your next interstate stop should be based on your favorite chain brands." ☞ Appitalism.com iExit has been featured on the App Store's "New and Noteworthy" and "What's Hot" section. ➤ POI Categories (Customizable) ✔ Unleaded Gas ✔ Diesel Gas ✔ Biofuel ✔ Fast Food ✔ Sit Down Food ✔ Coffee ✔ Ice Cream ✔ Chain Hotels ✔ Independent Hotels ✔ Auto Services ✔ Trucker Services ✔ Campgrounds ✔ Shopping ➤ Important Notes ● Your device must have a GPS device or a connection to the internet for iExit to track your location. ● iExit is compatible with iOS 4.0 and later. ● Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. To prevent iExit from running in the background, turn off Local Notifications on the Options menu.