Always Have Foreign Emergency Numbers At Hand With TravelSafe For Android
Are you a frequent traveler? Do you ever worry about not knowing who to contact on the off chance that something goes wrong? If so, XDA forum member mattneri has the perfect app for you with TravelSafe for Android.
In the event of an emergency, you shouldn’t be fumbling through a mobile browser page, and with this app, you don’t have to. From the comfort of an aesthetically appealing and easy to access home screen widget, TravelSafe gives you access to the most important emergency phone numbers and to your local embassy. Furthermore, this app even works without an internet connection. In the words of the developer:
In times of crisis, it’s important for you to find the crucial information you’re looking for and find it fast.
Especially when you are travelling abroad it’s really crucial have access to common emergency numbers (police, medical and fire) and sometimes it may be helpfull also contact your embassy.
With TravelSafe You can have all these information always with you regardless of the presence of an internet connection. An emergency is stressful enough…
If you’re a traveler, make sure you continue on to the application thread!
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