The 'Life360' app could save journalists lives because it features a panic button, can connect to a live advisor, show crime reports and lists addresses for registered sex offenders.
Journalists can use the free ‘CoverMe’ app to privately call, text, and share photos, videos, and documents using military-grade (crack-proof) encryption.
Journalists can use the QuickVoice Recorder app to record audio soundbites or interviews using their iPhones. The app is especially useful for radio broadcasters.
The iOgrapher mobile media case helps journalists turn their iPads and iPhones into professional cameras by allowing them to add lenses, lights, microphones, and attach it to a tripod. The handles allow journalists to hold the ...
Journalists can keep track of where they parked by tapping on one button, and the ‘Augmented Car Finder’ app will show them how to get back to their vehicle when they are ready to return.
The ‘Sit Or Squat Restroom Finder’ is perfect for journalists stuck in the field for hours at a time. Avoid knocking on strangers doors and asking to use their facilities.
The official 'White House' app includes a live video feature where journalists can watch the President speak, or view daily briefings by the White House press secretary.
Journalists can get alerts, pinpoint earthquake epicenters, and access preparedness information with the free ‘Earthquake by American Red Cross’ app.