By Cale Guthrie Weissman On October 17, 2013I have more than 1,000 photos on my phone, each organized temporally starting with my first photo in 2007 (a nice shot of my mother) up until my most recent one this morning (a tasty egg I cooked). If I’…
Whenever disaster strikes on the road, the seconds following the accident usually lead to feelings of despair, anger and frustration. Not knowing what to do in the wake of an accident will leave drivers feeling powerless and confused, and having comprehensive access to information and support used to be a pipe-dream.
Thankfully, technology is streamlining our lives and making it possible for real-time communication and interaction with law enforcement, insurance agencies and other entities in the aftermath of an accident. The following article will be covering four apps from insurance providers that help victims deal with the terrible events of an accident and receive quick assistance.
I’m a sucker for health and fitness apps. I suppose that is not a surprise to anyone who knows me, as I do tend to be more obsessive about this topic than the average person. I pay careful attention to what I buy at the supermarket, to what I eat, and to how much physical activity I engage in on a regular basis.
That’s not to say that that’s all I think about. I do like gadgets and technology, too! So yes, unsurprisingly, I’m here to talk about health and fitness apps that will motivate you.
For anyone who likes traveling, there is a slew of travel apps that you can rely on to make your trips more convenient. From the planning stage to actually roaming the streets – there are travel apps to help you.
In fact, the “issue” is more about which apps to download and use. This could very well be a case of too many apps, some redundant, some not really useful. As we near the end of the first month of 2013, you might want to update your list of travel apps. Get rid of those that do not really bring you value, and try out these apps which will take you the extra mile in 2013.