Taking advantage of new insurance laws, Monster Arts allows a new generation of tech savvy drivers to show proof of vehicle insurance through a Smartphone app
San Clemente, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 8, 2013 / Monster Arts, Inc (OTCQB: APPZ), a leading app developer and mobile advertising/content distribution platform company, announced today that it is releasing a new app titled, "Mia(tm)", the Smartphone app which allows users to store their insurance information and documentation on their phones.
Smartphones have become a daily part of most people’s lives, as so many tasks and duties can now be handled right at their fingertips. New legislation passed in 2013 and 2014 in regards to how drivers can show proof of insurance allows for yet another purpose to be served via Smartphones, as users of Mia(tm), the insurance record-keeping app can now store their insurance information digitally and produce it whenever they need to.
With the Mia(tm) Smartphone app, users will never be without their insurance information as long as they have their phones. Monster Arts sees the purchase of the app as a strategic move to capture a piece of the utilitarian app market. The growing popularity of apps designed to perform day-to-day functions has become so prevalent that they are now informing the way in which our laws are written, as is evident by the new legislation allowing for digital insurance data and membership cards. As a result, showing proof of insurance is now as quick and easy as tapping a button.
With major insurance carriers like Geico, Farmers, All State, esurance, and AIS in stiff competition to gain market shares of insurable drivers, Monster Arts sees a great opportunity in catering to their need to reach the driver demographic by acting as a bridge between insurance carriers and potential clients through app registration and in-app advertising. In this way, insurance carriers would be able to directly target people interested in their services, as people who download the app are drivers and, therefore, potential clients.
Mia(tm), the Insurance App was designed to be easy to navigate for the user, putting all the information they need a mere click or two away. It saves the user the trouble of having to shuffle through stacks of cards and papers or racking their brain for those membership digits, expiration dates, and other hard-to-memorize information that can be especially difficult to locate when on the road, involved in an accident, or asked by a police officer.
Mia™ also allows users to store information on their house, health, life, and other insurance policies in their Smartphones, making the app a practical way to stay organized and prepared in the digital age.
"What a great way to lighten your wallet, and give you peace of mind! This app, with you at all times, allows you to store and retrieve your id cards, copies of your policies, and other important insurance related documents, in those times where you really need them and fret the hassle of looking for them." Commented Wayne Irving, CEO Monster Arts, Inc.
Mia Features Include:
- Alleviates the worry and panic that come when you need to find important insurance information right away and can’t quite remember where you put it.
- Saves you the hassle of carrying around all those cumbersome insurance cards in your wallet since all the information you need is already in your phone.
- Stores the front and back images of your auto, health, dental, homeowners, renters, life, and other insurance cards for convenient retrieval.
- Stores all your policy information, including member numbers, group numbers, contacts, and other important information for easy organization and retrieval of your insurance programs.
- Stores front and back images of your pharmacy, Medicare, AARP, AAA, and other discount cards used for medical purposes.
- Using the Locate Me (on android devices) button from the main screen, get real time information about your location -- including physical address -- when needed with the touch of a button. This feature proves particularly useful in the unfortunate event of an accident.
- Mia(tm), the Insurance App, will be available for free by downloading the app for iPhones and iPads from iTunes, and for Android Devices, including the new Kindle Fire Smartphone from Amazon Appstore and Google Play and for Windows 8 devices from Windows Phone. The app is also available for computer users at at www.monsterarts.net.
About Monster Arts
Monster Arts is a leading mobile marketing and app technology innovator, designing a variety of mobile apps and games for purchase and download by the retail consumer and assisting business clients with online marketing through its Travel America Visitor Guide app and website network, mobile app design services, crowd funding consulting services and marketing, management, and promotions services, and now professional printing and graphic design services. Monster Arts owns 100% of Travel America Visitor Guide, a travel destination website and Smartphone app network.
More information about Monster Arts can be found by visiting the company's website located at http://www.monsterarts.net/
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