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Fresh Android Apps for Feb. 24: I-95 Exit Guide, Two Hundred Situps, DumbWiki

by Ian Black

School vacation week is more than half-way over in most states. Get your family out on the open road with the I-95 Exit Guide, get in shape with Two Hundred Situps, or keep your phone in line with DumbWiki.

I-95 Exit Guide ($0.99)

Ok, so not everyone in the world, or the US for that matter, cares about interstate highway I-95 which runs from Maine to Florida along the east coast of the United States. But that doesn’t mean this app isn’t useful and cool.

Learn about every exit along the road – gas, food, lodging, medical facilities, rest areas, welcome centers and so much more. Read the restaurant reviews from other travelers or leave one yourself. Recent features include the addition of construction news and camp ground reviews.

Two Hundred Situps (~$1.12)

It’s all about the core. You can do cardio exercise and eat right every day, but if your body’s trunk isn’t fit, you won’t have the strength and stamina for maximum performance.

Use this app to focus in on your mid-section with – you go it – lots of situps. Charts keep track of your progress and tips provide inspiration and advice. 30 minutes per week – and an Android phone – is all you need.

DumbWiki (Free)

Some people love Wikis. On the web you can use a Wiki to organize information, groups or whatever. This app lets you create a Wiki local to your phone.

You’ll find all the standard Wiki functionality like an outline structure, the ability to add links and text formatting, and create new pages at will. Use it for grocery lists, to-do items, and anything else you can think of.

Download the free Appolicious Android app