Escort Live Radar

Escort Live Radar


  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2011-12-01
  • Current Version: 2.1.44
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.65 MB
  • Developer: ESCORT Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 2,686 Reviews)
  • Price:
Escort Live Radar App Ratings: 3
From 2,686 Reviews

Escort Live Radar App Description

2012 Car & Driver’s 10 Best Technology winner! 2012 Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice award winner! 2012 CES Innovations in Design & Engineering award winner! 2012 SEMA Show Best New Mobile Electronic Product award winner! ESCORT Users are saying: “These advanced laser alerts are a life saver. Love it!” “The new update just released has made the experience with Escort Live even greater.” “I've been using Escort Live since early December, have taken one 3,000 mile trip (Florida to Massachusetts and back) and use it every time I get into the car. “ ESCORT Live Radar delivers the world’s most advanced real time radar and laser ticket protection giving drivers an unprecedented, advanced information picture of their driving environment. The result is an ESCORT Live Radar nation of drivers connected in the social network for the road. ESCORT Live Radar is available in two versions: ESCORT Live Radar Free Download: •‘Police Spotted’ speed trap alerts •Mobile and fixed-position traffic enforcement camera alerts •Ability to share your threat reports in the ESCORT Live™ network •ESCORT’s patented Mark Location™ feature which allows drivers to receive automatic reminders for previously marked threats •Multiple map and dashboard views on your smartphone based on user preference ESCORT Live Premium: •Real-time radar and laser alerts received by other detector users in the area •Detailed threat information including time sensitive, ‘heat-mapped’ color coded warning icons for fast, safe and more accurate responses •ESCORT’s patented GPS full feature set including: vehicle speed; posted speed limit data; over speed limit alerts; compass and directional headings •Ability to easily connect to ESCORT’s class leading windshield mount radar detectors using ESCORT’s new Bluetooth enabled SmartCord Live™ power cord (select models only – visit for details) •Full access to ESCORT Nation •Two convenient levels of subscription service – $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year Did you know, •Radar detectors are legal in 49 states (only Virginia prohibits their use) •Multiple public domain sources reveal that more than 50 million drivers receive a speeding ticket in the United States each year – about one in every four drivers •It is estimated that there are currently more than 60 million potential ESCORT Live™ compatible smartphones in use in North America with numbers increasing daily Now you do, and ESCORT Live is here to help you Drive Smarter! Whether you’re using one of our industry-leading detectors or simply using Escort Live on your smartphone, we’re here to keep you safe on the road and ticket free. Take us for a drive TODAY! - Note: ESCORT Live can be run in the background to preserve battery life of your smartphone. Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.

Escort Live Radar App Screenshots


App Reviews

  • UI needs updating

    By Lattamocha
    Recently bought a Max 360c. The app is a good addition to the hardware but the UI needs major updating. Looks several years old. Please invest in more app development.
  • Posted speed limit not working

    By Lousfins
    Call customer service known issue with no eta for fix . Posted speed limit on escort max 360c.
  • Class action lawsuit would be best

    By meade372
    This used to be a great app with the $500 radar detector I bought. Have had it for 3 years. Worked great then escort updated the app & it will no longer pair with apple phones. I have an android work phone & it works fine with the app. Just not anything apple. I have called them, I have done everything you can think of. Now i am out for a premium account price. There IT department says its an apple problem but the funny thing is it didn’t stop working until escort updated the app itself.
  • Update for iPhone X

    By PJJP70
    Is this app ever going to be updated for iPhone X screen? The live radar is great, but the app UI needs updating.
  • Please update for iPhone X

    By Sage Wysocki
    This is a good app in concept. I like being able to see live alerts both from my detector as well as the community. With that said, the app needs serious work. The app looks seriously dated. It seriously looks like it’s designed for the iPhone 5, a phone nearly 10 years old. Please update graphics to be more modern, and the layout to take advantage of new iPhones such as the iPhone X. Another issue I have are that some of the voice notification sounds are clear, such as ‘reported’. Some are very low quality, such as ‘Ka band alert’. I also wish I didn’t have to wait for an auto-login every time I’d like to use the app, let me remain logged in. With that all said, the app is decently reliable, and I usually run it in the background with Waze as my primary dash application. If this could be integrated with Waze, that would be amazing. As it is now, I am debating if I would purchase the subscription when it expires next year. It’s not looking likely without a major update.
  • Does not connect anymore

    By Vette2k7
    Since iOS 11, it no longer auto connects. I have to “forget” and reset in order for it to work. I was hoping iOS 12 would be different but it’s still the same, no auto connect. Please fix.
  • Old and Connection Issues

    By jd022571
    App is, and really has been for years, dated. Really needs a refreshed user interface. Also, app looses connection with radar detector frequently.
  • Crashes

    By this one isn't
    App crashes after opening up, don’t always connect to Radar Detector, shows speed of how fast I’m going when I’m stopped. Reading Update History says it fixed all of the same issues I’m having, I feel like it didn’t glad that I didn’t pay for the app, when my free live expires not renewing and uninstalling app
  • Guys....

    By eduardo7delgado
    This app is completely antiquated in design and isn’t updated for a 1080p screen, much less a iPhone X aspect ratio screen. Also, I don’t always want to use my phone exclusively when it connects to my radar. Sometimes I just want to have the app open and not have my physical detector not making sounds. I appreciate seeing that the app is being updated for what I assume are bugs, but this is just a poorly built app at this point.
  • App is ok. Connectivity issues and slow manual input of police data

    By Samgl164
    Finally figured out after 3-4 years why connectivity between iPhones apps and detector occur. I currently have an IPhone X with IOS 12.1. The detector is fantastic as far as detecting various radars. The problem is the app interface. If you manually power app off each time you park car and turn power on when you get in, the app will connect 100% of the time. If you forget to manually power the detector off, it automatically powers down after 10 minutes or so. When this occurs, when you get back in vehicle and power detector up, it does not connect and sync to the app. Your choices are to log into phone settings, Bluetooth, it will display not connected. You can press the Escort button and the app will connect to the detector, or easier yet is to manually power detector off. Manually shut it off and manually turn detector back on and the app will sync to the detector 100% of the time. The bottom line is the detector will not sync to the phone if the detector is shut down because of sleep mode power down mode. The other issue is trying to manually press police spotted or speed trap, especially if all is displaying police spotted ahead alert. The police locally frequently hide along multiple locations along a patrolled street. Very seldom do they sit in one location for more than 15 - 20 minutes, so I constantly get alerts where the police have been. The problem is if I want to manually enter police spotted data, it takes forever for the option to show up if I am getting a bogus or old alert, so I have travelled 1/4. - 1/2 mile before I enter data which ends up being a false alert to someone else. It is difficult to do this because it is the equivalent of distracted driving due to texting. Instead of identifying each radar location in a small stretch, the system/app should tell you that within the next mile there are frequent police radar checks within the next mile. The same is true for freeways. The app should ID actual Ka or laser alerts, but should say frequent police traps at multiple locations in the next 5 miles.