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Keep Sunburns at Bay this Summer with the iTanSmart Suntan App


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In celebration of the summer solstice, UV Technologies, LLC announces the continued success of the iTanSmart suntan app, available in the Apple App Store for iPhones, iPods, and iPads. The app eliminates the guesswork from sun exposure and helps prevent sunburns, skin damage, and skin cancer.

Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

Today marks the summer solstice, the first day of summer which ushers in the hottest season of the year. Along with summertime comes a well-deserved decline in overall responsibilities after a whirlwind school year or work cycle, but the continuous responsibility of protecting your skin from the suns dangerous effects is one that cannot be overlooked. The iTanSmart app eases the burden of skin protection, lowering the risk of overexposure to the sun and preventing painful and potentially dangerous sunburns, skin damage, and skin cancer.

iTanSmart minimizes the risk of overexposure to UV rays by keeping track of your time in the sun, using real-time UV Index data from space satellites. The app provides a tailored-to-you experience by allowing users to enter 4 simple criteria before they begin monitoring their sun exposure:

  •     Management for sunburn or tan
  •     Skin Type (Very fair Dark Brown)
  •     Sunscreen Protection Factor (SPF)
  •     Location Type (based on environment and directness of sunlight)

The app considers these factors, as well as the current UV index, to determine just how much sun users can safely absorb before getting burned. Users are alerted with audible chimes and screen notifications when it is time to leave the sun or reapply sunscreen, and when the minimum and maximum recommended amount of Vitamin D for the day has been produced. iTanSmarts simple-to-use format makes it a foolproof, straightforward method of avoiding overexposure to harmful UV rays.

iTanSmart allows sunbathers the freedom to browse the web and listen to music while continuously monitoring their sun exposure. Users can read about the effects of UVA and UVB exposure, facts about sun protection, and the risks of overexposure from within the app.

iTanSmart is free to download and use, and a full paid version ($1.99) blocks advertisements, provides a list of medical conditions and related drugs that increase ones sun sensitivity, tracks users total daily sun exposure and Vitamin D production, and offers specialized settings for children.

This summer, all it takes is a simple download to assure that youve protected your skin from overexposure to the sun.

If you would like further information on iTanSmart, please contact:
UV Technologies, LLC
iTanSmart in Apple App Store
Email: sales(at)itansmart(dot)com
+(941) 548-7964

About UV Technologies, LLC:

UV Technologies, LLCs mission is to provide innovative products for customers health and well-being. iTanSmart is a patented sun tanning application developed for Apple iPhones, iPods, and iPads. UV-Aid is a patent pending photo-oxidation technology that helps prevent cold and flu. UV Technologies is an accredited business member of the Better Business Bureau. Visit for more information.

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