20 MORE ways to use your smartphone

1.‘ponga sus manos donde puedo verlos’ Google Translate How many ways can you say “Put your hands where I can see them”? Reference this helpful translation service with over 50 stored languages when you’re looking to convey your message in a...


15. The National Cyber Security app for Android covers everything from computer hacking, cell phone security, cyber bullying, events, conferences, videos, and computer security job openings.

16. iTriage was built by doctors. Feeling less than stellar? Ask iTriage questions like “What medical condition could I have?” and “Where should I go for treatment?” It also lets you save, easily access, and share the healthcare information most important to you.

17. Tactical Police Table is custom-tailored for SWAT team leaders and Operations. Built with sand tabling in mind, Tactical Police Table let you draw up active shooter training scenarios, conduct after-action reviews and instantly share info with your unit.

18. Reverse Projection measures and locates objects in an existing photo. By moving around and adjusting the scale, rotation, and location of the overlay within the camera’s view, you can find the position of the camera when the selected photo was taken. A unique new investigative tool!

19. Police Book: Street Intel

Keep and search memory-refreshing information about the colorful folks you meet on the street. Retain images, or quickly search and organize detailed information.

20. U.S. Army Survival Guide

Brush up on your backwoods survival skills or prep for Search & Rescue missions. This guide is based on the U.S. Army Survival Manual FM 3-05.70 and received impressive user reviews for its thorough information and effortless navigation.

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