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In Theory : In a world where one or two carefully placed nuclear bombs could take out our government in a flash, there are people who believe in staying prepared for any situation. From a flood, to a hurricane, a tornado,  to an earthquake, or anything that would strip you of your ability to keep your families' safe, there are a small number of people around the world who will not wait until it is too late to get prepared. These survival apps are not only for the hardcore survivalist but also have great info and techniques for someone who suddenly finds themselves in a survival situation like a remote plane crash, a camping trip gone wrong, or being stranded in the middle of no where. Even if you don't believe in this sort of thing, there are some well-thought-out skills that can really get you to think. And who knows? You can never have too much knowledge…….. just in case …..


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$1.99
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Released: 2009-12-10


Download Size: 158.78 mb

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The U.S. Army knows how to train their personnel to survive. Their field manual is the most authoritative guide on survival. This app provides a complete reference guide on basic survival, evasion, first aid and recovery information. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, this app may be essential to your survival.

The Army Survival app is the U.S. Army Field Manual 21-76, titled “Survival.” We've added all new high resolution images for plants, animals and insects to make this manual even more useful.

Army Survival includes information on:

* Psychology of survival
* Basic survival medicine
* Shelters
* Water procurement
* Edible and medicinal plants
* Poisonous plants
* Dangerous animals, snakes, lizards, fish, insects and arachnids
* Field weapons, tools and equipment
* Desert survival
* Tropical survival
* Cold weather survival
* Sea survival
* Direction finding
* Signaling techniques
* Predicting weather
* Ropes and Knots

We've also included almost 300 pages of additional bonus information on:

* Survival Medicine (over 180 additional more in-depth pages)
* Communications
* Driving & Vehicles
* Health & Fitness Calculators
* Mountaineering
* Navigation
* Ropes and Lines Calculators
* Tracking
* Water Crossings
* Water Rescue
* Weather

As a lover of the outdoors you may be anywhere in the world. It may be a temperate, tropical, arctic, or sub arctic region. You expect to have all your personal equipment and or other members of your group with you wherever you go. There is, however, no guarantee that’s how your adventure will go. You could find yourself alone in a remote area— with little or no personal gear. This app provides information and describes basic techniques to enable you to survive and return alive should you find yourself in such a situation.
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$0.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2010-06-29


Download Size: 0.67 mb

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* Tracks your cell tower locations for safety, in case you need to backtrack with no cell service. *

FAQ: I see the location services arrow on my phone even when I close this app, is the GPS on? No, this app uses a new feature that only checks cell tower changes, the GPS is not on even though the arrow shows up, your battery will not be drained.

FAQ: I have been in and out of cell service, when I hit backtrack it tells me the direction and distance is to the last town, is that normal? Yes, the app stores the last "strongest" cell tower location, which usually is the last town/city. It may be that spotty cell service is closer, but the app will not store that, since it may not be a strong enough signal.

If you have your iPhone with you, and this app, you can feel safe in knowing you could find your way to safety, if lost with no cell signal.

You can think of this app like a car spare tire, you hope you don't need to use it, but if you have a flat tire, you are so glad you have one! This app is one you can start and then forget about, but will be so glad you have it in the case of an emergency.

We never "plan" to get lost. The one thing you usually always have with you is your phone. It is easy to forget your GPS when you go hiking, camping or a road trip. Most of the iPhone GPS apps and car 911 systems require cell service to fully work. This app does not need pre-loaded maps or a cell signal when lost!

We use a brand new iOS 4 GPS feature that uses basically no extra battery power, it checks for cell tower changes only. It saves the location of the strongest cell tower automatically for you, as you walk/drive, all in the background. In the case you do get lost, the last known (strongest) cell tower will be saved and ready! (This saved location is completely private, and only on your phone, no one else can see it).

Simple to use. You just start the app, wait for GPS "SAVED LOCATION" data, hit the "HOME" button, then let it sit in the background out of sight (a iOS 4 Multitasking feature). It will continuously update your last known tower location.

If you find yourself in an emergency with no cell service, re-launch this app back to foreground mode. With one click on "the BOOT" icon, it will then show you the distance and compass heading back to the last known location where calls/texts can be made. This could be a real Life Saver!

IMPORTANT: This app is meant to be an aid in finding a Cell Tower when you have no cell service. This app will provide a straight line heading from point A (where you are) to point B (latest saved location where a strong cell tower connected), this may not always be the best route. For example, it may be the direct route crosses a river. Common sense needs to be #1, and this app #2 when it comes to making the best decision.

Notes:

I have tested this app extensively in real life conditions, including hiking in remote areas, and driving hundreds of miles in and out of cell coverage. Remember, this app stores the last strongest cell tower location, so its normal for example, if you just lost cell service, for this app to show a longer distance back, (usually back to the last town). This is because it saves the tower location, not your physical location (this is why it uses little to no battery power).

FAQ: Will this drain my battery?

No.

I use a new 4.0 iOS feature "significant location changes" that uses very little (almost no additional) battery power. It runs in the background, but does not need to power up the GPS. The GPS is not needed with this new feature, it only saves cell tower locations, so almost no battery power is used. I have extensively tested this app, and have noted no difference in battery use with it on or off with my iPhone.
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Released: 2008-11-27


Download Size: 36.93 mb

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iFirstAid Lite. First Aid on your iPhone and iPad
 
iFirstAid Lite is a FREE, Emergency First Aid assistant which includes essential First Aid topics:
 
- CPR
- Bleeding
- Burns
- Choking
- Poisoning
 
With it's single-page, 'memory jog' format, iFirstAid Lite is designed to make it as easy as possible to recall First Aid procedures when you need them most.
 
All iFirstAid Lite content is authored by international First Aid expert Ella Tyler, winner of the International Florence Nightingale Medal. Ella is a Registered Nurse and Midwife, with two degrees in Adult Education and over 30 years experience in First Aid teaching and instructor training. She is the author or editor of 18 first aid books.
 
iFirstAid Lite is based on the award winning FIRST AID EMERGENCY HANDBOOK by Survival Emergency Products.
 
Download this potentially life-saving App now!
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(464 user ratings)







$1.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2009-07-04


Download Size: 4.87 mb

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-Military Grade Survival Manual-


TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I EVASION
1. Planning. I-1
2. Camouflage I-1
3. Shelters I-3
4. Movement I-3
CHAPTER II NAVIGATION
1. Stay or Move Considerations . II-1
2. Navigation and Position Determination . II-1
3. Travel Considerations. II-10
4. River Travel. II-10
5. Ice and Snow Travel . II-11
6. Mountain Hazards II-12
7. Summer Hazards II-12
8. Dry Climates II-12
9. Tropical Climates II-13
10. Open Seas . II-13
CHAPTER III RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNALING
1. Radio Communications (Voice and Data) III-1
2. Signaling III-2
CHAPTER IV RECOVERY
1. Responsibilities IV-1
2. Site Selection. IV-1
3. Site Preparation IV-1
4. Recovery Procedures IV-1
CHAPTER V MEDICAL
1. Immediate First Aid Actions V-1
2. Common Injuries and Illnesses V-9
3. Plant Medicine. V-15
4. Health and Hygiene V-18
6. Rules for Avoiding Illness. V-18
CHAPTER VI PERSONAL PROTECTION
1. Priorities VI-1
2. Care and Use of Clothing VI-1
3. Other Protective Equipment VI-2
4. Shelters VI-3
5. Fires . VI-8
CHAPTER VII WATER
1. Water Requirements VII-1
2. Water Procurement VII-1
3. Water Preparation and Storage. VII-7
CHAPTER VIII FOOD
1. Food Procurement. VIII-1
2. Food Preparation VIII-9
3. Food Preservation . VIII-11
CHAPTER IX INDUCED CONDITIONS
1. Nuclear Conditions . IX-1
2. Biological Conditions IX-6
3. Chemical Conditions . IX-7
APPENDIX A THE WILL TO SURVIVE. A-1
APPENDIX B PUBLICATION INFORMATION B-2

Here are the few paragraphs from the book:

1. Planning
a. Review the quick reference checklist on the inside cover.
b. Guidelines for successful evasion include¾-
(1) Keeping a positive attitude.
(2) Using established procedures.
(3) Following your evasion plan of action.
(4) Being patient.
(5) Drinking water (DO NOT eat food without water).
(6) Conserving strength for critical periods.
(7) Resting and sleeping as much as possible.
(8) Staying out of sight.
c. The following odors stand out and may give an evader away:
(1) Scented soaps and shampoos.
(2) Shaving cream, after-shave lotion, or other cosmetics.
(3) Insect repellent (camouflage stick is least scented).
(4) Gum and candy (smell is strong or sweet).
(5) Tobacco (odor is unmistakable).
d. Where to go (initiate evasion plan of action):
(1) Near a suitable area for recovery.
(2) Selected area for evasion.
(3) Neutral or friendly country or area.
(4) Designated area for recovery.

About Tree Frog

Tree Frog Reader was created with the end reader in mind. Tree Frog lets you easily navigate through your book with books being organized into Chapters/Verse.

Tree Frog Reader Features Include:

-Adjust Font Size
-Adjust Font Type
-Bookmark
-Write Notes
-Portrait/Landscape Mode
-Auto Rotates into Portrait/Landscape Mode
-Ability to Lock into Portrait/Landscape Mode
-Day/Night Mode
-Read it anywhere no Internet needed
-Opens to last spot read
-Easy Navigation
-Books Sorted into Chapters/Pages
-Images can easily be viewed within Reader

About PublisherApp

PublisherApp creator of the Tree Frog Reader, PublisherApp is software development team located in Southern Utah. Our technology includes our proprietary Publishing Platform and Tree Frog Reader which is dedicated to making it easier for Experts, Coaches, Professionals,Authors and Publishers to share their great content in a digital format!

For more information visit:

www.publisherapp.com
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$1.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2010-12-16


Download Size: 31.11 mb

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★★★★★ "Fun and practical. Well worth the caps!"
★★★★★ "The envy of all who know Fallout! One of the best apps ever!"
★★★★★ "What a masterpiece!"

AVERAGE REVIEW SCORE is 4.7 / 5.
Check out other reviews!

PRESS QUOTES:
✔ “PipClock just looks too awesome to not be running all the time.” -iTouchArcade
✔ “At 99 cents (and with a free lite version) it's a must for anyone who's ever daydreamed about surviving the day with their wits and their trusty digital device.” -Kotaku.com
✔ “For any Fallout fan or apocalypse enthusiast the PipClock is a fun luxury for the iPod Touch and iPhone” -SurviveTheApocalypse.net

Introducing PipClock ☢, the Nuclear Wasteland Survival App!
Before leaving the Vault, check for health hazards like Acid Rain, Toxic Fogs or Fallout Vapors. Measure the radiation with the built-in Geiger Counter or scavenge the wasteland keeping track of distance and direction using the Target Maps and the Compass! All you need to survive, at your finger tips!

PipClock ☢ is the Best Survival Device for the newbie wandering explorer or the survivalist expert.

Features:
✔ Rusty High Resolution Textures for iPhone 4 and iPod 4
✔ Post-apocalyptic retro-futuristic design in Metal Alloy with monochrome Cathode Ray Tube display
✔ Reliable Post-Atomic Clock and Calendar
✔ GPS powered real-time weather hazards detector (acid rain, UV radiation, toxic fog and many other)¹
✔ Entry Log - Write your own post-apocalyptic journal of your Wasteland explorations, and since it's important to share survival tips, you can also post your Entry Logs to your Facebook Notes!
✔ Retro Classic online Radio
✔ Device Stats - Check how many rads you got, how long you used the emergency light and how many nuclear explosions you've survived... and when you're satisfied with your post-apocalyptic curriculum vitae, share the results with your Facebook friends!
✔ Target Maps - Select a target location or pinpoint your current one and let Pipclock calculate distance and direction (follow the arrow pointer on the compass)¹
✔ Landscape mode to use PipClock on your wrist
✔ World Weather Stats - Weather statistics among all PipClocks in the last 24 hours
✔ The Wastelander - A N.B.C. (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) alert system updated in real-time
✔ Access Logs - Check PipClock activity all around the globe
✔ Analog Magnetic Compass with realtime Sun Position and Target Indicator
✔ Realistic Geiger Counter with sounds and smoke!
✔ Real-time Thermometer and Barometer¹
✔ Nearby Landmarks Detector (or what's left of them)¹
✔ Self Protection Reinforced Hull (shake the device to Protect the PipClock from a Nuclear Explosion)
✔ Nuclear powered Flashlight with three different lightning presets (Broken Neon, Sleep mode, Emergency)
✔ Sunset - Sunrise Forecast with countdown to sunset and sunrise
✔ Status of the day graph - check out the percentage of sunlight left or how long you have to wait until the light illuminates the wasteland
✔ Moon phase calculator
✔ Arpanet connection to receive important messages broadcasted by the Federal Government from its underground shelter¹
✔ Help and Settings to configure your device

¹ Requires GPS and Network Connection

IMPORTANT NOTICE: While the PipClock functions show real accurate datas (day night stats, weather and so on), the geiger counter is just for entertainment and does not really work.
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$5.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2010-03-05


Download Size: 120.42 mb

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For over twenty years, the SAS Survival Guide has been the definitive guide to surviving any situation, anywhere in the world. Now, for the first time ever, the million-copy bestselling book has been reinvented for the iPhone.

iPad User? Check the SAS Survival Guide for iPad !
Please Note : This app only contains the English language content of the SAS Survival Guide

▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶▶ ACCOLADES ◀◀◀◀◀◀◀◀◀◀◀◀
• Official Honoree Award at the 15th Annual Webbys
• Selected for iTunes REWIND 2010
• Apple Featured Application
• Featured in iTunes 'Staff Favourites'
• Also features in "WHAT'S HOT" and "NEW & NOTEWORTHY" in most countries
• Has been ranked the #1 LIFESTYLE APP in almost all geographic locations


▶▶▶▶ ABOUT 'SAS SURVIVAL GUIDE' ◀◀◀◀

Written by former SAS soldier and instructor, John "Lofty" Wiseman, this application brings you the elite training techniques of Britain’s toughest fighting force in the most accessible version ever. Now you can take the original set of world-class survival skills with you anywhere in the world – from the peaks of Kilimanjaro to the deserts of Kandahar…or to your closest national park.

This FULLY SELF CONTAINED app includes :

* Full text of the bestselling book optimised for the iPhone (over 400 pages)
* 16 videos providing invaluable survival tips from Lofty himself
* Photo galleries of Animal Tracks, Knots, Edible, medicinal and poisonous plants, sea creatures and snakes
* Morse Code signalling device
* 100+ question quiz to test if you've got what it takes to survive
* Survival Checklist
* Sun Compass
* Search tool to scan entire book by subject
* Extreme Climate Survival: sections on surviving Polar, Desert, Tropical, and Sea
* Comprehensive First Aid section

▶▶▶▶ ABOUT 'Urban SAS SURVIVAL' ◀◀◀◀

The ultimate guide to fending for yourself in an urban environment from the team that brought you the million-copy selling SAS Survival Guide. Written by legendary ex-SAS man John ‘Lofty’ Wiseman, the guide comes stuffed full of useful tips for fending for yourself in every urban situation. And many more besides.

This interactive edition contains:

* The latest training on self-defence and the law
* Dealing with fire and hazardous chemicals
* Tackling snake bites and other animal dangers
* Handling DIY: power tools, welding, machinery and more
* Terrorism
* Health information
* Full search functionality
* Urban survival checklist
* And more

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PLEASE NOTE : During normal use, this app does not require an active internet connection however some assets, like videos, need to be downloaded and features like social sharing will be disabled without an active internet connection. The Internet Connection Alert message is only informational and does not affect the content or use of the app while offline.
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(26 user ratings)







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iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2010-12-10


Download Size: 9.54 mb

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Survival skills are techniques a person may use in a dangerous situation (e.g. natural disasters) to save themselves or others (see also bushcraft). Generally speaking, these techniques are meant to provide the basic necessities for human life: water, food, shelter, habitat, and the need to think straight, to signal for help, to navigate safely, to avoid unpleasant interactions with animals and plants, and for first aid. In addition, survival skills are often basic ideas and abilities that ancient humans had to use for thousands of years, so these skills are partially a reenactment of history. Many of these skills are the ways to enjoy extended periods of time in remote places, or a way to thrive in nature. Some people use these skills to better appreciate nature and for recreation, not just survival.


*** Survival Guide is completely based on the U.S. Military Survival Manual FM 21-76. ***

*** Featured in PRIME living's July/August issue 2012 ***

Features
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- Both Portrait and Landscape modes are supported. Landscape mode is preferred for better reading experience.
- Zooming is supported in order to see the text/images better.


Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION
- Survival Actions
- Pattern for Survival

Chapter 2: PSYCHOLOGY OF SURVIVAL
- A Look at Stress
- Natural Reactions
- Preparing Yourself

Chapter 3: SURVIVAL PLANNING AND SURVIVAL KITS
- Importance of Planning
- Survival Kits

Chapter 4: BASIC SURVIVAL MEDICINE
- Requirements for Maintenance of Health
- Medical Emergencies
- Lifesaving Steps
- Bone and Joint Injury
- Bites and Stings
- Wounds
- Environmental Injuries
- Herbal Medicines

Chapter 5: SHELTERS
- Primary Shelter—Uniform
- Shelter Site Selection
- Types of Shelters

Chapter 6: WATER PROCUREMENT
- Water Sources
- Still Construction
- Water Purification
- Water Filtration Devices

Chapter 7: FIRECRAFT
- Basic Fire Principles
- Site Selection and Preparation
- Fire Material Selection
- How to Build a Fire
- How to Light a Fire

Chapter 8: FOOD PROCUREMENT
- Animals for Food
- Traps and Snares
- Killing Devices
- Fishing Devices
- Cooking and Storage of Fish and Game

Chapter 9: SURVIVAL USE OF PLANTS
- Edibility of Plants
- Plants for Medicine
- Miscellaneous Uses of Plants

Chapter 10: POISONOUS PLANTS
- How Plants Poison
- All About Plants
- Rules for Avoiding Poisonous Plants
- Contact Dermatitis
- Ingestion Poisoning

Chapter 11: DANGEROUS ANIMALS
- Insects and Arachnids
- Leeches
- Bats
- Venomous Snakes
- Snake-Free Areas
- Dangerous Lizards
- Dangers in Rivers
- Dangers in Bays and Estuaries
- Saltwater Dangers
- Other Dangerous Sea Creatures

Chapter 12: FIELD-EXPEDIENT WEAPONS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
- Staffs
- Clubs
- Edged Weapons
- Other Expedient Weapons
- Cordage and Lashing
- Rucksack Construction
- Clothing and Insulation
- Cooking and Eating Utensils

Chapter 13: DESERT SURVIVAL
- Terrain
- Environmental Factors
- Need for Water
- Heat Casualties
- Precautions
- Desert Hazards

Chapter 14: TROPICAL SURVIVAL
- Tropical Weather
- Jungle Types
- Travel Through Jungle Areas
- Immediate Considerations
- Water Procurement
- Food
- Poisonous Plants

Chapter 15: COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL
- Cold Regions and Locations
- Windchill
- Basic Principles of Cold Weather Survival
- Hygiene
- Medical Aspects
- Cold Injuries
- Shelters
- Fire
- Water
- Food
- Travel
- Weather Signs

Chapter 16: SEA SURVIVAL
- The Open Sea
- Seashores

Chapter 17: EXPEDIENT WATER CROSSINGS
- Rivers and Streams
- Rapids
- Rafts
- Flotation Devices
- Other Water Obstacles
- Vegetation Obstacles

Chapter 18: FIELD-EXPEDIENT DIRECTION FINDING
- Using the Sun and Shadows
- Using the Moon
- Using the Stars
- Making Improvised Compasses
- Other Means of Determining Direction

Chapter 19: SIGNALING TECHNIQUES
- Application
- Means for Signaling
- Codes and Signals
- Aircraft Vectoring Procedures

Includes also Appendix A to H

Note: iAd supported application.
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$3.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2013-04-26


Download Size: 53.05 mb

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You are marooned on the shores of an infinite blocky world. Explore, mine resources, craft tools and weapons, make traps and grow plants. Tailor clothes and hunt animals for food and resources. Build a shelter to survive cold nights and share your worlds online. Ride horses, camels or donkeys and herd cattle to protect them from predators. Blast your way through the rock with explosives. Build complex electric devices. Possibilities are infinite in this long-running sandbox survival and construction game series.

This is the thirtieth release of Survivalcraft, and it adds a new armor and weapons tier - copper! You can now paint stairs, slab, fences and signs and place electric gates on the floor or ceiling. Wander in dense forests full of tall spruces and fallen logs. Explore bigger caves, but watch out for huge magma chambers underground (15x bigger than 1.28). There are new sound generator sounds for you to use, including hi-fi drums! Check out full list of 70 changes at game webpage.

Survivalcraft brings features you love in the PC version of the most famous blocky game to your mobile device: infinite worlds, caves, logic elements (electricity), weather, boats, ridable animals, explosions, clothes, armor and many more. It does so while maintaining its own realistic, survival-themed style.

Enjoy!

Brief update history so far:
- 1.0 (initial release, 16 Nov 2011)
- 1.1 (screenshots, torches, lamps, tools, controls sensitivity, recipaedia)
- 1.2 (sneaking, stairs, slabs, doors, ladders, snow, ice, christmas tree)
- 1.3 (basalt, limestone, marble, furnace)
- 1.4 (new world format, clay, bricks)
- 1.5 (birds, weapons, throwing, food, eating)
- 1.6 (emergency bugfix release)
- 1.7 (trapdoors, water animations, snowballs, traps, wildboars, game modes)
- 1.8 (buckets, water physics, magma, world properties, view angles)
- 1.9 (Dropbox, fences, upside-down stairs and slabs)
- 1.10 (optimizations, bulls, signs, sulphur, saltpeter, adventure mode)
- 1.11 (explosives, fire, matches, magma as fluid)
- 1.12 (wolves, cows, milk, diamonds, flat terrain, controls improvements)
- 1.13 (creature spawners, eggs, saplings, compass, thermometer, grass spreading)
- 1.14 (emergency bugfix release, hygrometer, sharper text)
- 1.15 (big performance improvements, bears, machetes, adventure restart, cacti)
- 1.16 (smoother framerate, polar bears, paint, falling blocks, environment modes)
- 1.17 (3rd person view, 3d tools, creature shadows, physics optimizations)
- 1.18 (rain, snow, thunderstorms, thawing/freezing, werewolves, pumpkins)
- 1.19 (electricity, new UI, new recipaedia, new help, germanium + lots more)
- 1.20 (community content, better caves, creative options, SD card)
- 1.21 (fish, horseriding, electricity improvements, camels, leather + lots more)
- 1.22 (survival, farming, boats, islands, more painting, pathfinding, rhinos and many other animals)
- 1.23 (content rating, larger visibility range, analog electrics, halloween special, donkeys, bass)
- 1.24 (bows and arrows, shooting target, reindeer, tigers, iron fences, ivy, feathers, string)
- 1.25 (custom skins, new explosions engine, bombs, crossbows, fire arrows, new UI, stone fences)
- 1.26 (clothes, armor, temperature effects, belugas, cassowarys, pumpkin and cotton farming)
- 1.27 (moose, campfires, larger inventory, lightning button, more clothes, AI improvements, new engine)
- 1.28 (firearms, dispensers, fireworks, digging cracks, left-handed controls)
- 1.29 (more paintable items, copper armor and weapons, tall spruces, horizontal logs, bigger caves)
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Released: 2009-04-15


Download Size: 31.3 mb

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The wikiHow app gives you over 150,000 how-to guides right in the palm of your hand.

Learn how to do anything from wikiHow, the world’s leading how-to guide. Read or watch step-by-step instructions on every imaginable topic. Become the DIY master of anything, instantly.

With the wikiHow for iPhone app you can:
*Search over 150,000 articles on wikiHow
*Bookmark articles to read and use later, even while offline
*View step-by-step photos and illustrations in retina display to help you learn how to do anything
*Watch helpful videos that accompany many articles
*Read wikiHow’s featured articles of the day
*Browse random articles for your entertainment

Also in the wikiHow app you’ll find the Survival Kit, a collection of emergency situation guides every person should have stored on their devices. Emergency guides to do CPR, provide first aid, or perform the Heimlich maneuver could save a life. The app even contains guides to land an airplane in an emergency or escape from a bear. All Survival Kit articles are stored for offline use so you won’t need internet service to access them.

How useful is the wikiHow app? This is what others are saying:
“Indispensable” – MacWorld
“Always helpful” – USA Today
“Arguably the best how-to guide to everything” – Appolicious
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$1.99
iPad iPhone iPod 

Released: 2010-08-21


Download Size: 103.53 mb

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Nature can provide you with food that will let you survive any ordeal, if you don't eat the wrong plant. Learn about the plants of the region where you will be operating before your life depends on it. Plants can also provide you with medicine in a survival situation. Plants can supply you with weapons and raw materials to construct shelters and build fires. Plants can even provide you with chemicals for poisoning fish, preserving animal hides, and for camouflaging yourself and your equipment.

Wild Plant Survival Guide describes the physical characteristics, habitat and distribution of edible, medicinal and poisonous wild plants. Over 130 plants and 350 color photos simplify the identification of poisonous and edible plants. The U.S. Army gathered this content and now it is available to you.

If you spend time in the wilderness, Wild Plant Survival Guide is for you.
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(244 user ratings)







FREE
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Released: 2012-01-07


Download Size: 41.32 mb

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Excellent Player resources and help from the developers can be found on player forums: http://forums.mongadillo.com

New Game Engine! Greatly improved player controls, much better UI, enhanced gameplay puts more control of your items and survival party in your hands!

This version is compatible with all iPad versions, and iPhone 3GS and later, and iPod touch 3G and 4G

"For those of a certain age who loved adventure game books, it’s the perfect app to play and one that players will find themselves returning to. Not least because they’ll have to be pretty skilled to ‘win’!"

4 out of 5 stars - Jennifer Allen, 148 Apps.com

"I've been having a blast with this since it's essentially gameifies what runs through my head whenever I read or watch a piece of zombie content, but it's also solid production-wise. I heartily recommend this to anyone that still has an itch for zombies, or even an appreciation of primarily text-based titles."

~ 4/5 stars - Brad Nicholson, Toucharcade

"ZDAY is a 21st century text-based Simulator game that puts you the player in tough, real-world situations. The game play is easy and you can soon control it well."

~ 4/5 stars - Top10app.com

"4/5 Stars" - Dan Zuccarelli, Gamezebo.com

What better way to survive a full blown apocalypse than to PRACTICE? This is not a traditional shooter or an arcade style game where you poke buttons to shoot digital bullets at virtual zombies. ZDAY is a 21st century text-based Simulator that puts you the player in tough, real-world situations and says "what would YOU do?".

Created and Designed by Animator and Director Ed Anderson, and beautifully illustrated by renowned DC comics artist Matt Haley, ZDAY is an intelligent adventure game that starts you in a crowded suburb at ground zero of a full blown infection, and says "what would you do?". Faced with one scenario after another, the player has to make choices that will either lead him to escape the zombie-filled suburbs or perish like so many others. The sophisticated game engine keeps track of every decision that you make, and keeps a running tab on your survival probability based on the choices you make.
So keep your wits about you, and choose carefully, because one wrong move could have you facing a zombie horde or roving bands of trigger-happy looters.
The detailed results given after the player has completed the challenge provides very useful insight to what he may have done right and wrong. If the player wants to try again he can, and since the game engine reshuffles many of the exact events, ZDAY Survival Simulator is never exactly the same twice.
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