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Make a way out of a panic

Whether you have cars that crashed into nothing, or you have to provide first aid, don't panic! On your phone you will find apps that are designed to eliminate the concerns of an emergency situation.

Below are five apps that can save you in need:

Trip Whistle Global SOS (iOS)

When traveling to different countries, it may be difficult to keep track of emergency procedures and the numbers you need to call, Trip Whistle Global SOS has all this information for you within just one handy app, so you can travel with confidence. Simply select the country you are in and all the information you need to get help is provided, including the numbers you need to call, as well as your address and coordinates so that emergency services know where to find you. You can also choose to display your current address as your caller ID, saving you valuable time in an emergency.

International SOS assistance (iOS, Android)

International SOS Assistance is a must-have app if you are traveling abroad, especially if you are planning an adventurous vacation. SOS offers 24/7 telephone assistance with 26 centers around the world, so you know that there will always be someone to help you in an emergency, regardless of the time of day. You also have access to medical and travel information guides to feel comfortable when you find yourself wandering through the tourist areas to the unknown. You also receive notifications about events in your area, including hurricane and storm risks that you can prepare in advance. The app works in offline mode, so there is always help at hand, even if the telephone signal is not.

Bicycle repair (iOS, Android)

Plan an adventure with your bike then Bike Repair is definitely an app that is worth checking out, so you will never be stranded again with a bike that you don't know how to fix. In the repair section you will find 58 detailed photo repair guides that guide you through each step and help you on your way. Bike Repair also has a clothing guide that uses the weather and the environment of your planned trip to advise you on the best clothing for your ride. You can also store all of your bike's information in the app, including all its components, and maintain a history of maintenance and set reminders for when to perform routine checks.

St John Ambulance First Aid (iOS, Android)

The St John Ambulance First Aid app is a must-have for anyone planning to go off the beaten track and has no confidence when it comes to basic first aid. Although Google is great and holds its hand in most situations, it needs the internet and this is what the St. John app has because it contains all the information you need to handle a first-aid emergency in one place and works offline. time because you don't have to browse through numerous sites before you have an advice that really works. The app guides you through all the different first aid situations that can occur, including resuscitation, broken bones, burns, drowning and much more with step-by-step guides and videos, giving you the confidence to provide help that can lead to rescue of one's life.

First aid by British Red Cross (iOS, Android)

If you are in the UK, the British Red Cross is another life-saving app, literally, with step-by-step guides to help you endure a medical emergency and ensure that you provide the right treatment. Each guide includes text and image steps as well as videos and depending on the injury timers, for example in the burn section, a 10-minute timer is provided to keep you under cold water, this is a great feature because you save time to open your phone's timer and enable you to handle the medical emergency. Links to emergency contact numbers are also provided if the steps ask for help, it takes much more time because you don't have to open the phone app. In addition to being there for you in an emergency, the British Red Cross app also has built-in learning tools that you can use to refresh your first aid skills, with testing at the end, so that you can go on an adventure and feel truly prepared for an emergency that could arise.

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