Secure your Google apps with 2-step verification. The Google Authenticator app allows users enrolled in 2-step verification to add an extra layer of security to their Google Apps account by requiring a verification code in addition to username and password.
This free Android app gives health care providers instant access to resources on improving care for service members and veterans suffering from a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).
Stay informed on the latest U.S. Army in Europe (USAREUR) information, news and events with this new app for iPhone. The free U.S. Army Europe app connects people around the globe by offering important information from the USAREUR website in an accessible mobile format.
Organize medical data and contacts in one place to help first responders in case of an emergency. Record vital information, such as blood type, date of birth, allergies, doctor's information and any medications you're taking.
This free app helps visitors find the burial locations for family, friends and loved ones at Arlington National Cemetery. It can identify the location of a specific gravesite using first, last and/or middle name as well as date of birth or death.
A national challenge is seeking mobile apps that can make public information more accessible to underserved populations. Enter your best solution for a shot at up to $100,000 in prizes.
Quickly respond to common emergency situations with the free S.O.S. app for Android from the American Red Cross and Dr. Oz. Developed by Sharecare Incorporated, the app features step-by-step video instructions with voice commands from Dr. Oz to help you handle problems as they arise. Simply follow the demonstrations and commands to confidently respond and save lives.
Know before you go: this free iPhone app from the U.S. State Department gives travelers easy access to official country information across the globe. Access travel alerts and warnings, maps, embassy locations and more in the click of a button.
Turn your smartphone into a scanner with the Droid Scan Pro app for Android and the DocScanner app for iPhone or Android.
Speak and instantly see your words transcribed into text or email messages. These voice recognition programs create messages five times faster than typing on a keyboard.
Free for a limited time: prepare your family for the challenges of deployment with this comprehensive iPhone app
Turn your smartphone into an extension of your brain with the free Evernote app. It helps you remember anything and everything using notes, snapshots and recordings.
This free app for iPhone and iPad helps soldiers set personal goals and become more resilient in overcoming challenges.
Get all your medical information on the go with the free mPHR app for iPhone. The program gives you instant access to mobile personal health records, including test results, medical history, medications, allergies and immunizations.
An official app from the U.S. Air Force helps candidates prepare for basic military training. The free Fundamentals app for iPhone has tips and information from the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) for current or future active duty airmen.
This military-style countdown calendar helps you keep track of important events and keep others in the loop.
Make the most of your layover with the free GateGuru app for frequent travelers. Find a good cup of coffee or the best place to eat when you're stuck between flights.
The SCVNGR app for iPhone and Android challenges users to go to new places and earn points, and its growing client list includes the U.S. Navy.
An iPhone app launched by the U.S. Army lets soldiers post blogs anytime, anywhere as part of the Army Strong Stories program.
This free iPhone app provides information and tools for veterans and service members suffering from PTSD.