Zubie drivers plug a Zubie Key into their car’s on-board diagnostic port, which provides feedback straight to their iPhone. That information can now be shared with Progressive to earn a discount on auto insurance through Progressive’s Snapshot program.
Dave Pratt, general manager of usage-based insurance for Progressive says:
“With Snapshot, we’re always looking for ways to help more people participate in the program and save money on their auto insurance. Now Zubie customers can take advantage of this option using their Zubie Key. By using the driving data that the customer is already sharing with Zubie, we make the process even easier for customers.”
You can buy a Zubie Key for $99.95 from the Zubie Website, and download the app for free.
It’s refreshing to see increasing numbers of radio stations offer their own official apps so that iOS users can easily listen to music stations wherever they are. The latest to implement such an app is that of Radio Volum, a Norwegian based radio station that focuses on EDM (Electronic Dance Music). Broadcasting live 24/7, it offers the best in Trance, House, Dance and Progressive music.
The freely available universal app allows users to tune in live, read the latest news from the official website, track the station’s Twitter feeds and Facebook page, listen to exclusive Mixtapes and watch the latest YouTube videos too.
Multitasking support is available so that users can carry on with other tasks on their iOS devices while listening to the latest dance music.
Radio Volum should provide exactly what dance fans could want from a music app. It’s available now and it’s free.
A new update has arrived for 2K‘s wrestling collectible card game WWE SuperCard – bringing in new cards, animations, a new rarity level, ‘Survivor’ and more. John Cena and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson can be found among the sixty new cards added to the game, with Manager Support cards and cards themed around the new WWE […]