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Iconosys launches new app aimed at organizing insurance data

The platform stores membership cards and policy information on a smartphone.

By OC METRO staffPublished: February 25, 2011 01:42 PM

Laguna Niguel-based Iconosys is launching a new mobile app aimed at organizing insurance data on smartphones.

The My Insurance Attendant app stores vital information with a click of a button. The platform can hold the front and back images of auto, health, dental, homeowners and other insurance cards; and it can store policy data such as group numbers or contacts, among other features. The product alleviates the need to store data in a wallet or glove box, according to Iconosys.

This is the newest platform available from the mobile app developer, whose flagship product, SMS Replier, seeks to prevent texting while driving. The company's mission is to create applications that make mobile phones easier and safer to use – and My Insurance Attendant is the next step in that goal, said company CEO Wayne Irvine II.

The app is available for $1.99.

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