The apps listed below are a compilation of popular apps recommended locally by military members, civilians and KATUSAs assigned to USAG Daegu. With the exception of the Digital Garrison and AFN Pacific, these apps are not endorsed or supported by the U.S. Army. No federal endorsement is implied.
Digital Garrison: Explore all the benefits your Army post has to offer; such as restaurants, events, shops, clinics, activity centers, and directorates. Navigate to on-post facilities, stay updated on local weather, and be informed about gate closures or other important installation information in real time, all from the palm of your hand.
AFN Pacific: The AFN Pacific Mobile App takes the best features from www.afnpacific.net and rolls them into a mobile experience that is a must for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. It makes access to your information easy. Instantly get the latest news, weather, exchange rates, gas prices, AFN TV schedules and more wherever you are.
Emergency Ready: This app is provided by Ministry of the Interior and Safety of the Republic of Korea. National, regional and local notifications arrive automatically to your phone translated in English. The app also indicates where to find local shelters, fire stations, police and medical centers. There is a button for direct call to 119 emergency and a safety guide.
Exchange Taxi: Need a cab? No matter where you are located on the Korean peninsula, Humphreys, Daegu, Casey, Yongsan... you'll be able to enter your arrival and destination into the app and receive confirmation that your AAFES-contracted cab is on its way. All AAFES-contract taxis can access post, so you won't be stranded outside the gate.
KakaoTalk: A fast and multifaceted messaging app. Send messages, photos, videos, voice notes and your location for free. Make chatting extra fun with an array of emoticons and sticker collections.
KakaoTalk is used by more than 150 million users worldwide and a must-have for living in Korea. Supports Android, iOS, Windows OS, Mac OS .
KORHEALTH: is an unofficial phone application of the 65th Medical Brigade. This application is user friendly and provides all-inclusive healthcare information to all USFK service members, dependents, and retirees. The content found is not the official views of, or endorsed by, the Department of Defense, Department of the Army, US Army Medical Command or the 65th Medical Brigade.
Military Star Card: With this app you will be able to check your balance, pay your bills, track spending and rewards, find offers, and enjoy features available only in the app such as biometric login and push notifications. You can even view your current and previous six statements and leave feedback on additional features you would like this app to do.
Naver Maps: South Korea's best GPS navigation. Search locations, buses, subway, and more in a comprehensive search bar. Check restaurants and places to visit in your surroundings provided by NAVER's user data. Fast and accurate navigation with real-time traffic info and optimized usability for any driving condition. Korean/English/Japanese/Chinese maps and English navigation provided.
Papago: Whenever you need translation during your travels, business trips or while studying a language just bring Papago, a smart parrot who can translate multiple languages for you. Papago supports 13 languages through the use of text, image, voice, handwriting, conversation and even website translation.
Safety Apps: Information on local Apps to help our community stay safe provided by SARC and SHARP. Click here for more information.
Subway Korea: Provides various services from public subway lines of main cities (Seoul, Busan, Taejeon, Kwangjoo, Daegu subways) to subway station surrounding area maps and subway navigation functions for finding a destination. It is a must have app when travelling Korea, Seoul, Busan, Taejeon, Kwangjoo, and Daegu.
Windy: Also known as Windyt, is an extraordinary tool for weather forecast visualization. This fast, intuitive, detailed and most accurate weather app is trusted by professional pilots, paragliders, skydivers, kiters, surfers, boaters, fishermen, storm chasers and weather geeks, and even by governments, Army staffs and rescue teams.