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Progressive Insurance Partners with Zubie to Promote Safe Driving Rewards

Posted by Jessica Fisher on September 4th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Progressive auto insurance and Zubie, the app that tracks your driving habits, have combined forces to reward you for safe driving via your iPhone.

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.

Family Care

Posted by Kristen Young on March 30th, 2010
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

“Family Care” is an application that allows you to track the medical and preventative care of your family members. You can create a profile for each loved one and include such helpful resources as health provider address and contact info, health insurance, medications, lab values, and medical expenses. My favorite features include the reference information that’s provided (e.g. immunizations and age specific preventative tests) and the ability to plan and track my Flex Spending Account balance. The application is an easy-to-use, informative, and comprehensive organizational tool that helps centralize vital information for preventative health care. “Family Care” is especially helpful for those in the Sandwich Generation who are caring for both their children and parents.

**I advise anyone using this app to implement the iPhone password protection feature as an added privacy measure.**