Category Archives: Mobile & Web Trends

Parenting in the Digital Life

With the rise of adolescent cell phone use, app developers have created a multitude of apps to better regulate kids and their devices. The problem is how to tell which of these parenting apps are the right ones for your … Continue reading

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The LifeSaver Solution: The Start of Something Good

The LifeSaver Mobile Response —  By Mike Demele, Co-Founder In her recent TechCrunch article, Smartphone Makers Need To Put An End To Distracted Driving, Sarah Perez clearly states that there are lots of apps out there, but to address the issue of distracted … Continue reading

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Who’s texting and driving in your area?

Let me introduce to you LifeSaver’s “National Map of Distraction”. How many times a day do you see someone looking at their phone while behind the wheel of a car? Well passengers or pedestrians can now use the LifeSaver tag-a-texter app … Continue reading

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LifeSaver Takes on Apps World 2014

  Today we packed up our pop-up banner, business cards, table cloth, and flyers, and headed off to San Francisco to set up for Apps World 2014. Apps World events are 2 day developer events with marketing application conferences and app … Continue reading

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I Got the Perfect Holiday Gift From My Son

Each Christmas there are a select few (or many…) of us that wait until the very last minute to do our Christmas shopping. As a kid, I remember scrambling around trying to think of gift ideas for my parents, and then, … Continue reading

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Photo Contest

To help spread awareness about the issue of distracted driving, LifeSaver created this photo contest to remind teen and veteran drivers alike, to “think #23”. Where ever you are and whatever form of the number 23 catches your eye, our … Continue reading

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