If you’re headed out, it’s a good idea to expect the unexpected. Here are the apps we recommend you have at your fingertips while you’re fighting the good fight.
What it does: Countable gives you information about your local lawmakers and how they voted on proposed legislation. It also helps you message your representatives directly.
When you’ll want it: Whenever you want additional detail about current events or want to take a step beyond marching.
2. Zello Walkie Talkie
What it does: Just like an old-school walkie talkie, this app lets you easily send voice messages to large groups of people.
When you’ll want it: When you want an extra layer of coordination when you’re marching with a large groupand to make sure you can stay in touch if you get separated.
3. Find My Friends
What it does: Gives a map of your friends’ whereabouts in relation to yours.
When you’ll want it: When you’re having trouble finding your buddies in a massive crowd.
What it does: This gives you a handy locator that points to the nearest restroom.
When you’ll want it: You’ll know when the time is right.
5. Avast Wi-Fi Finder
What it does: It’s a map that displays available hotspots in your location. When you tap on one, it will let you know if you’ll need a password to connect.
When you’ll want it: When you’ve reached your data cap or when you have a patchy mobile connection.
6. MySOS Family App
What it does: Provides an alert system that automatically notifies emergency contacts with the tap of a button.
When you’ll want it: When you need urgent assistance and you want to notify your loved ones at once and immediately.
What it does: Signal is a private messaging app with end-to-end encryption that “scrambles” your texts so that it’s almost impossible for them to be intercepted by someone other than the intended recipient.
When you’ll want it: When you need to communicate extremely sensitive information and really don’t want someone hacking into your account to obtain said information.
What it does: Lets you communicate to others without internet, via Bluetooth.
When you’ll want it: When both the internet on your phone and Wi-Fi hotspot fail you.
9. Battery Doctor
What it does: This meter predicts how much battery you have left on your phone, and also tracks how apps are sapping your device’s precious energy.
When you’ll want it: When you’ve exhausted your portable charger and you might need to resort to clearing apps to make your battery life last longer.
Download it: Android
10. Know Your Rights
What it does: This app informs you of your Constitutional rights in different scenarios.
When you’ll want it: When police stop you to ask questions and you want to know the best action you should take to ensure maximum legal protection.
Download it: Android
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