Traffic Car Racer

Google Play may have its quality criteria for the apps that get published on this platform but sometimes you will get surprised by an application that promises to do this and that and then does something completely different. Traffic Car Racer is one such application.

At first everything seems to be okay as the app promises to turn you into a racer and bring you some adrenaline as well as fun but prepare to be bitterly disappointed. What seems to be a racing game quickly turns into an application that tries to play certain videos on Youtube while at the same time offering you a ton of third-party applications as well as annoying ads. After a few minutes and if your eyes are watchful enough you may realize that the app contains tabs that can show you a few more things such as a number of games. For a few seconds we thought that this software product is a game library but we were wrong. The problem is that when you go around inside the application it crashes so don’t really depend on these tabs either. In addition when you finally find games in this app they turn out to be just screenshots and that’s it. You just lost a small portion of your life!

Quite honestly Traffic Car Racer is not what it seems to be. The only thing that it can do for you is annoy you and waste your time. So save yourself the hassle and do something else. If, after all, you are interested you can take a look at this free app right here on Google Play.

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