Iceland was able to have approximately 900,000 visitors in 2014, which is more than double the number of people who live there. If you are planning to visit this remarkable country during 2015, you will want to make sure that you have the apps that we are discussing today to make your trip more enjoyable.
This is the official app for emergency service in Iceland. With this app, you can send an SMS to Icelandic emergency services while using the GPS location before dialing 112.
This app should be installed on your phone prior to arriving and you should use it to check in. When used properly it can make sure that you are safe and secure during your trips by allowing emergency services to have your basic information at all times.
Iceland Travel & Tourism Guide
The Iceland Travel Guide app ensures that you know about all of the things that you need to know about the country free.
Suggestions have come from locals, tourists, techies, artists, and photographers, to ensure that you have a great visit in the country.
It is recommended because it allows you to plan all of the things that you want to make sure that you do while in town (Android & iOS iPhone/iPad).
Iceland Road Guide
This app is actually based on the book Iceland Road Guide. Which has been travelling with tourists for the past 40 years.
However, the app is an improved version of the book and it includes texts, figures, photos, and maps, which makes navigating the country easier.
Best Apps for Iceland – Vedur
This is the best Icelandic Weather app currently on the market. It features the best radar maps, local forecasts, and weather predictions available.
Now you can be aware of the weather at all times from your phone.
Happy Hour is your key to making sure that you get the best deals on your drinks when in Reykjavik.
This innovative app tells you when Happy Hours takes place. And it even suggests places that are the closest to your current location. Iceland alcohol can be expensive. So if you enjoy having cold Icelandic beers you will want this app to be your best friend.
© 2015 Iceland24, January 2015