The future of notification. This group obviously has its heart in the right place. The app isn't perfect but is maturing into a very reliable means of paging and notification. Active911 is the most responsive dev I've seen and when you call them, they actually answer the phone AND HELP! Keep up the good work!
Need to scale mapping better When using map to view route in google maps, it is impossible to see who is where as even when you zoom in on a person it remains unreadably small. Using Samsung Galaxy 6 with android 6.0.1.
Glitchy Very cool...when it works. I often get disconnected, or the alerts won't come up unless I open the app. Right now I can't see any personnel listed for my dept...there's always a new glitch of the week.
When I upgraded I do not see the added NFPA icon but I also have not been receiving alerts for the past few weeks. Will give 5 stars once fixed
Stops working/ don't give all of our calls Several of our volunteers active 911 apps consistently stop working, including mine!also today we had a residential fire alarm that never came through the active 911 app. Good thing we still use our old pager system as well!
Great First Step This app is a great first step for integrating our emergency response communication with our smartphone technology. The next step should include adding items like water points, preplanned structures, and responses of our mutual aid departments onto our devices ...
* Added NFPA icons
* Deleting multiple alerts behaves correctly again
* Agencies can now be reordered by pressing and holding any agency name in the personnel and and alert tabs
* The report feature from iOS has been added. It shows the response history for an alert. Access it by tapping 'Report' under the responses link in the alert view.
* It is possible to notify devices of an assignment change. A confirmation dialog will pop up when you change or create assignments.
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