After leading the way for over 3 years, RoadNinja has reached its destination. We are closing the dojo and leaving the app store in pursuit of new adventures.
RoadNinja will be removed from the App Stores (iTunes, Android and Amazon) on February 6, 2015.Thank you to all of our users, supporters and fans. We appreciate all of your support!
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RoadNinja helps users find cool new places ahead while traveling on the interstate.
Integrated with Google Maps, RoadNinja can plan your next road trip, exit by exit.
You can share what you like or places you don’t via social media, on RoadNinja.
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RoadNinja offers listings of the cheapest gas.
Ever been on a road trip, wondering how far ahead the next gas station, hotel or coffee shop might be? RoadNinja knows -- and presents the info in a much more user-friendly way than the typical pre-Obama-administration GPS unit. Real-time gas price info and integrated Foursquare tips are additional upsides to this does-almost-everything app.
If you’re on the road or stuck in the middle of nowhere, Road Ninja will find restaurants, gas stations, parking, nightlife, sushi or even vegetarian eateries, all within a 3-mile radius of your exit. Scroll through what’s coming up at approaching exits, or stay on your path – whichever way you go, Road Ninja has mastered how to get you there.
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This app does everything you’d want a smart GPS to do, but doesn’t. RoadNinja will show you upcoming exits on the highway and what places are close to them, so that you can choose which exit will be your next.
If you (or your car) are in need of fuel, use RoadNinja (free for iOS and Android) to see what’s available at upcoming exits. RoadNinja will tell you where the nearest rest stop is and what amenities can be found there. The app displays real time gas price info for stations at upcoming exits as well, so you can look ahead to see if gas is cheaper within the next 5 miles or 50 miles.
Enter RoadNinja, which tracks your location, lets you know the price of gas at upcoming stations, and points you to restaurants, hotels, shops, attractions and — this is important — pharmacies — at the next exit. That way, you have some idea of whether it’s worth changing lanes to get there. It’s not a bad idea to enlist the help of ninjas to get you through that road trip.
The tough part about road trips is never knowing when the next bathroom is – or restaurant, rest stop, or point of interest, for that matter. Sure, there are signs, but they're not always accurate, which is where RoadNinja comes in. The app brings you information about what's coming down the road as you drive, so you know where to stop for gas and get the best prices, where you can exit to eat, and where the coolest roadside attractions are on your way."
Plan ahead and take the guesswork out of your road trip. RoadNinja’s Interstate Directory shows you what’s available at ANY exit in the continental U.S., so you can travel more efficiently and determine the best exit for everyone in the car. Plan your stops, avoid fighting heavy traffic (as well as the people in the car) trying to figure out where to go and keep everyone in the car happy.
Road-tripping this summer? You'd be wise to pick and download RoadNinja. From the passenger seat you partner can key in the upcoming exit on the Interstate and RoadNinja will tell you the nearest coffee shop, restroom, gas station or Chick-Fil-A. (I am a Chick-Fil-A obsessed gal)
I came across this app quite recently and was pleasantly surprised with how awesome it is. At it’s most basic, it tells you what’s near you. Food, gas, lodging, attractions, camping, and pharmacy. When you’re on the highway, however, it kicks it up a notch and allows you to do those same searches, but based on upcoming exits, interchanges, etc. I’ve only needed to use it a few times, but this is a must-have for anyone who travels a lot or is planning on taking a road trip.
What's more frustrating than the ambiguous fork and knife symbol on highway roadsigns? Will it have good food, a clean bathroom, or be closed for the season? Take the guessing game out of road trips with roadninja, which will tell you exactly what lies ahead at exits. Browse through food, gas, lodging, attractions, and 24-hour pharmacies, and never again drive five miles out of your way only to wind up at an Arby's.
Imagine driving down the interstate, in need of a break for gas, for food or just because. Instead of having to wait for the next sign from the Department of Transportation to see what options might lie ahead, the customizable RoadNinja app can alert you to any upcoming gas stations, food stops and other points of interest
It’s called Road Ninja, and it’s made to help users see what’s coming up down the road. That means, it’s giving you an idea of upcoming exits and what’s available at each of them. The app is also customizable, meaning that if a user wants to find a specific brand of gas or an ATM without a fee, they can just plug it into Road Ninja and the app will find it.
RoadNinja isn’t a typical “spots-near-me” app, like Yelp or Urbanspoon. It’s specific to road trippers and helps to find food, rest stops or hotels along the route. The ad brings together the good old billboard and the new media apps system, delivering what the consumer needs, where the consumer needs it the most."
"This app is a must-have for road trips,” said Sean Reilly, CEO of Lamar Advertising. “RoadNinja allows consumers to see what’s available at any exit – even if it’s 3,000 miles ahead – as they travel on the interstate. They now have the ability to plan ahead and find their preferred gasoline brand, their favorite restaurant chain and their no fee ATM all at the same exit.”
If you’ve ever driven an interstate in the United States, you’ve no doubt noticed the blue signs that list the restaurants, gas and lodging at each upcoming exit. They’re helpful, but they do little to tell you what’s at the exit after that or even further down the road. Roadside billboards help to some degree, but only for businesses who’ve been willing to pay for them â€” and it’s up to you to remember whether the McDonald’s is at exit 158 or 159 based on the sign you saw twenty miles back.