Developers, it seems, are designing more apps specifically for smartphone or tablets use only. As an athletic trainer there are a handful that I have found to be of use in my daily routine. A couple of those are Waze and Essential Anatomy 5. Waze is a community-based GPS traffic and navigation app. It provides real-time traffic and road conditions essential for my daily commute to work here in Los Angeles, as well as for games/events on the road. It can provide me with the shortest route to a destination based on either time or distance. Essential Anatomy 5 is an app that I can use to reference anatomical structures with HDMI-type clarity, anytime/anywhere. It includes male and female models, with 11 systems, and a total of 8,200 anatomical structures. I can use it to assist in my assessments or help educate an athlete, parent, or coach about a certain injury.