Chances are when you got your first smartphone you thought there was no way you’d ever be able to use all the storage available. But one by one you added more apps, more music, more video, and suddenly it seems like its impossible to even find what you’re looking for. The truth is that of all the apps that are downloaded each year, 26% of them are used only one time and then removed.
During that periodic cleaning time when you are clearing out all those one off apps, you probably assess how many times you have actually used that app. Those that aren’t used almost daily are easy to cut. But not so fast.
RecordVault is a mobile security application that you will not use every day. In fact, it is only for emergencies. So why would you actually need it?
Other apps that may offer some usefulness on a fairly regular basis – like calculating the tip at a restaurant, or killing time while waiting in line – but RecordVault is more like an insurance policy. You don’t have health insurance because you go to the doctor every day. You have it because you will have to go to the doctor at some point, and you want to be covered when you do. It’s the same with RecordVault.
Using proprietary technology, RecordVault lets you retain access to important records, like your passport, social security information, and health records, without letting them fall into the hands of anyone else. But RecordVault also has a feature that lets emergency personnel access your In Case of Emergency (ICE) information without your personal security codes, meaning that if you are every incapacitated, you will still get the best care and your loved ones will be properly and promptly notified.
Depending on how minimalist you are, it might seem difficult to justify keeping an app around when you are not going to use it every day. But for the reasonable price of RecordVault, isn’t it better to be prepared for the worst-case scenario?
For more information, visit RecordVault.com or download the app in the App Store for Apple or Android operating systems.