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Dec 14, 2011

There is a Travel App for That: Can I Drink the Water?

Can I Drink the Water?

The last thing you want on a trip is for anything to interrupt the tours and excursions. So keep your travel safe with this interesting app from Two Steps Beyond. The app is location aware so you can quickly look up what the water supply is like nearby, wherever you are in the world. This especially comes in very handy when you are traveling to countries that are not known for their infrastructure. Mexico is one of the countries that most travelers have heard about the water quality. And most folks know to stay away from their tap water and make sure that drinks and ice are made with bottled water. Though there are quite a few other countries where the locals can drink the water as they are used to it, however this same water would do a number on unsuspecting tourists. Can I Drink the Water?icon has water quality information for over 200 countries. The information is compiled from official government resources, travel reports, and other documentation available to ensure that you travel safe and worry-free and are able brush your teeth and shower without any side effects.

 Did You Know?:
- Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- Available on iTunesicon and Android Market
- 51% of the profits from this app will be donated to Charity Water, dedicated to bringing clean water to developing countries.

Other cool travel apps:
ATM Huntericon - fast and easy for you to locate the closest ATM and MasterCard®PayPass™ accepting merchants. And because the ATM Hunter is location aware, there’s no need to input your address or current location, no matter where in the world you are.
iBeers Pro - definitive references for beer drinkers around the world with over 2,700 different beers in its database
Mapletsicon - The most comprehensive offline map app on the app store, with over 6000 maps in the US and worldwide including Yosemite, New York Subway, London Tube, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, State Parks, and more

Stay safe this holiday travel season. Go Travel. Take a Gadget ™

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