It’s December 21, 2012, and panic sets in. The Mayan predictions were true, and widespread chaos ensues. The world as we know it ceases to exist. It’s up to every living man, woman and child to use mobile technology for the safety and survival of the human race.
Click through for mobile apps that can help you survive the Zombie apocalypse, as identified by PGi.
AroundMe by Attorno A Me S.R.L.
Your current residence is only safe for so long. Use this app to find the closest doomsday shelter and plan the quickest route to safety. Seek food, water, gasoline and other necessities along the way.
Flashlight by ihandy
Canvasing the city at night? Not very smart. But if you must, keep this handy flashlight app within reach.
MapMyRun by MapMyFitness
Lace up those sneakers, and fill up that canteen – you’ll be running a lot. Forget tracking calories, use MapMyRun to track routes and avoid running in circles.
First Aid by American Red Cross
Forgot to stretch and pulled a hammy? Scraped your knee during a frantic getaway? Learn first aid basics to stay alive and mobile. For more serious injuries, such as stitching up your leg with floss and a paperclip, we suggest making friends with a medical professional.
Marine Martial Arts by Double Dog Studios
If a baseball bat, stick or larger heavy metal object isn’t readily available and you can’t phone a friend, a little self defense or karate tutorial between hideouts might be your best bet.
Police Scanner+ by Rego Apps, LLC
Keep tabs on the latest outbreak and know which cities have been overtaken.
Twitter and Facebook
Stay up-to-date locally and globally through social media feeds. Resist the urge to give your exact location. You never know who might be watching…
iMeet by PGi
What’s the quickest way to find out if family and friends are zombies? Meet in video.