Summer? There’s an app for that. Whether you’re traveling or just hanging out this summer, these free apps will help you make the most of it.
Alarm Clock HD – Don’t miss out on any summer fun – drag your butt out of bed with the Alarm Clock HD. Not only will it wake you up, but it also streams your latest Facebook posts, Twitter feed posts, RSS Google Reader news and more. Sleep Timer also lets you fall asleep to your favorite music, and if you shake it, instant flashlight. (iPhone/iPad)
AroundMe – Looking for the closest gas station, hospital, movie theater, supermarket, hotel, taxi, etc.? Select a category and AroundMe will let you know what’s close to your current location. (iPhone/iPad)
Battery Boost Magic App – Next time you find yourself at the beach, camping — anywhere where power isn’t – Battery Boost Magic App can help you to manage your remaining iPhone/iPod/iPad juice. (iPhone/iPad)
Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker – This app by MyFitnessPal lets you quickly and easily keep track of your caloric intake. It features over 1.1 million foods and remembers your favorites. And if you get lonely, you can add friends and track/support each other’s dieting efforts. (iPhone/iPad)
Cloth – Not only can you snap and share your clothes, but now Cloth (in association with wunderground.com) uses real-time weather data to help you pick out which outfit you should be wearing. No, seriously. (iPhone/iPad)
CNN App – Keep up with news alerts and top headlines from around the globe with the CNN App. (iPhone/iPad)
Epicurious Recipes & Shopping List – Epicurious.com’s app features 30,000 dishes in categories such as Weekend Dinners and Cool Cocktails, as well as a shopping list feature that makes it easy to buy ingredients for whatever you want to cook. (iPhone/iPad)
EWG Sunscreen Buyer’s Guide – The Environmental Working Group puts out their 6th annual analysis of sunscreens, a look at 1800 SPF products that includes sunscreens, lip balms, makeup and moisturizers. (iPhone/iPad)
First Aid by American Red Cross – Get your first aid on, courtesy of the American Red Cross. This app features videos, interactive quizzes and step-by-step first aid advice. (iPhone/iPad)
Flashlight – Simple and to the point. If you need a flashlight, and just have an iPhone, you’re good to go with this app. It also has a compass, in case you camp and walk in your sleep (and want to get back). (iPhone/iPad)
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