Waze describes its app as a “fun, community-based GPS traffic and navigation app,” and it’s spot on for the most part. The app’s data comes largely from Waze’s 20 million or so users that are constantly updating the service by reporting things like map issues, traffic jams, and gas prices. This means, you’ll know which gas stations you should hit up on your road trip and which bits of the map have either changed or are no longer there. The app can be voice-controlled while you’re driving and includes voice-guided turn-by-turn directions. Where does the fun part come in? Oh, we thought helping people avoid hour-long traffic jams and saving money on gas was fun. Our fault.