Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Storm preparation and safety are always on top of the list for Today in America TV, based in hurricane country -- South Florida. The informative program is pleased to offer a series about the best apps for mobile devices, along with helpful tips for viewers located in or near Hurricane Sandy areas. The producers of the show hope to give viewers the most useful information possible to have at hand so everyone will be safe, know who to contact and have that data readily available. The program will review mobile apps for both the iOS and Android devices. Reminders like smart phones have a flashlight function to use when the power goes out can be a life saver, in many cases. Home and car insurance companies have apps to download to easily reach an agent in the case of an emergency. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) also has an app which should be on everyone’s list. A few other tips for the viewer in emergency declared areas:
Terry Bradshaw, the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, hosts the educational program. He is the NFL Hall of Fame inductee who was influential in leading the team to four Super Bowl wins. Bradshaw retired from the grid iron in the mid 1980’s and has worked as a football commentator, analyst and is now one of the Emmy-winning co-hosts of a national television network pregame show.
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