LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV/Yahoo!) -- If you are tech savvy and the outdoorsy type these tips are for you. We found 6 summer safety apps and gadgets to help you avoid mishaps while biking, hiking, swimming and hitting amusement parks from Yahoo!
1. SunMate UV ray detector. It tips you off about UV-ray intensity so you can get to the shade. Since it's small enough to fit in a pocket or a purse, it won't bog you down when you're out and about. SunMate costs about 10 dollars.
2. StreetSafe. It's a mobile safety service, a panic button and GPS tracker all in one that allows you to discreetly send police to your exact location if you feel unsafe. You can even talk with a live safety advisor until you reach your destination. StreetSafe is 12-50 a month for a one-year plan.
3. American Red Cross S.O.S. app. There's step-by-step narration by Dr. Oz and follow-along demonstrations to perform CPR, the Heimlich Maneuver and more. It also has a 9-1-1 feature that auto-launches a map to pinpoint your location for you to share with the dispatcher.
4. Outdoor Survival App. The U.S. Army's field manual may just be the most authoritative guide on survival out there. This iPhone-iPad app offers tips on first aid, tying knots, finding shelter, dealing with dangerous animals and more. You can get this app for 99-cents.
5. Stewie the Duck Learns to Swim. It's a pool safety app that makes a great first guide for kids. It teaches children ages two through six how to be safe near water with interactive animations, sound effects, a memory game and sing-along. Head to stewietheduck.com to pick it up for free.
6. Toddler Tracker. This Toddler Tag Child Locator, an unobtrusive device that attaches to your kid's clothing or backpack, lets you track them up to 150 feet. If your little one wanders away from you, just press the button on your receiver and their unit will beep loudly enough for you to find him. his will cost you $29.95.
You can find more great app ideas in this article from Yahoo!