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7 Free Apps Every Caravanner Should Download

November 9, 2016

appsYou may want to escape technology whilst on holiday. However there are some useful caravanning apps that we think you should check out before making that decision. Whether it’s finding the caravan site, setting up the caravan or even checking the weather for the best day to go walking; we have it all here for you!

Tom Tom Go Mobile App (Free to £34.99)

With pre-route planning and the ability to avoid problem roads and hazards, it is not just a basic sat nav app. It can be downloaded for free however this version will only allow 50 miles worth of navigation. £14.99 will give you one year’s usage and £34.99 will allow for three years usage, both with unlimited miles.

Navmii (Free)

Navmii is another four star navigation app. Originally produced in 2010; it made headlines as the first free sat nav app for iPhones. With new updates, it has got even better, including live traffic updates of accidents and hazards. Even the original distracting averts have disappeared.

AccuWeather (Free)

This long range, 15 day forecast is great for planning ahead on your holiday. Not only does it show the usual temperatures, humidity, wind speed ect, it also presents the ‘RealFeel’ temperature. Perfect for the forecast of outdoor activates and sports.

Cardboard Camera (Free)

This app is new territory for many. Perfect for scenery pictures this app creates 360° photos that can be viewed in your personal app gallery. The photos can then be shared with friends and family through social media, messaging or email.

Camera FV-5 Lite (Free)

Manual camera apps have quickly grown in popularity. With full control of the adjustable settings for exposure, shutter speed, ISO, focus and white balance. It is an app similar to that of a DSLR camera.

iHandy Level (Free)

If you have an iPhone, you will already have this app. Did you know you have a simple spirit level that is disguised under the compass? It’s not an old school level bubble level but you may appreciate its digital read out when trying to level your caravan on site.

British Red Cross (Free)

This app is designed for instant access to videos, quizzes and advice creating easy step-by-step instructions for a multitude of emergencies. You could instantly clue up on first aid and start testing your knowledge. The British Red Cross official first aid app is a must!

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