iPhone users have a wealth of apps at their disposal. There’s an app for just about everything, from grocery shopping to menu planning to bill paying. For drivers, there’s plenty of apps to choose from as well. For example, ever get pulled over for speeding and been unable to find your proof of insurance? With insurance apps for the iPhone, you can eliminate the need to carry insurance cards and always have needed information at your fingertips. Insurance companies create apps for several reasons including; to pay your bills, shop for a quote and or even to showcase your ID card. Below are three specific insurance apps for you to use on your iPhone 5.
Must Have Insurance Apps for iPhone 5
The mobile iPhone app from Geico you can pay your bill, view your coverage, contact emergency roadside assistance and view your id card. If you are in an accident, Geico’s accident guide makes it easy to view your coverage, collect contact information for those involved, record accident details like location and even photos of the scene and provide you with up-to-date information as your claim is processed.
The Geico app is available on iTunes and is free to download. It is rate very highly by customers on iTunes. It is compatible on iPad, iPod Touch and iPhones with Apple iOS 4.0 or later. You can get more information on Geico’s YouTube Page.
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State Farm Pocket Agent
The iPhone app from State Farm allows customers to perform insurance and banking transactions for customers who use State Farm for auto insurance as well as banking. Features include the ability to pay your premium, check coverage, submit a claim, contact roadside assistance, view your id card, submit photographs the scene of an accident as well as drawing the scene and events of an accident.
The State Farm Pocket Agent is available for free download in the iPhone App Store. Pocket Agent is compatible with Apple iOS 4.0 or later on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch.
With Allstate Mobile, customers can view their account, get a quote, pay their bill and utilize the accident toolkit should it be needed. The accident toolkit provides you with a step-by-step checklist to follow should you be involved in an accident. It allows you to save contact information for other drivers involved and witnesses too. It also allows you to capture photos and upload them to Allstate so your agent can view them while the claim is being processed.
You can download the Allstate Mobile app for iPhone on iTunes for free. It is compatible on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with iOS 3.0 or later.
Whether you are trying to manage your calendar, save money or listen to music, apps are available for use on your iPhone to help you do just that. Managing your auto insurance is no different. These three insurance apps allow you to do that with ease. If these aren’t your insurance companies, chances are yours has an app available as well.
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Guest post by Missy who writes for http://www.nofaultinsurancequotes.org and regularly guest blogs about insurance and finance topics on different sites.