$62,000 for this? I applaud the effort and the fact that it exists at all. But it's not exactly all roses. It's quite dated in its design, but that's not the main issue. Why target an Android version from 2013? Why not use a modern SDK target, so that users don't have to grant blanket permissions to an app from the police department and can utilize the runtime permissions? Oh, I know why. Because the app was made for iOS and then ported using some archaic iOS-to-Android app converter that isn't from Google. Plain and simple, the city was ripped off. If I could charge $62k to make this poor quality app for iOS (where it also looks dated) and then port that exact same version to Android with little to no effort, man, I'd be swimming in cash. Welcome to 2010, folks.
I like it, lots of great information as well as resources. Crime in ABQ is a problem and this makes it easier to fight back.
The news updates are 2 days old. Why? I thought this was suppose to be up to the minute so you know what's going on in your neighborhood.
Sadly this does not have the real time crime map as stated. Also slow updating of crime map
Doesn't work, trying to report a DUI taking place now and report won't go through. Waste of money and time when it can't even be used
You guys made an app just to not update the damn thing? Hmmm.