A lot of convincing bla bla before saying I actually have to pay to use it even though it is "free" on the play store which is a disappointing surprise, I even created the account just to access. It's not even a "buy" and a "one pay" product, its one of those monthly paying services, what a waste.
Keeps saying unable to connect to server
No results for liquid nitrogen? I wanted to give this app a single star but after reading so many positive reviews I feel like it was not developed for the average worker who may encounter random chemicals. However if I was an EMT responding to a scene with an H2S leak, I would would be dead if I was counting on this app to inform me of the dangers... Seriously though, why does H2S not generate any results?
Professionally developed with First Responders in mind.
Just awful! I can't make it work. Gasoline fuel, diesel, or Clorox bleach show zero search results. Also entered acetone as in pretty screen capture above... NOTHING! WTF? Uninstalling...
Great App (but requires a subscription) This is a really good app if you need fast access to MSDS' and GHS info. I would have given it five stars but the free version is not all that useful because it does not have a complete MSDS database. With the monthly subscription it works really well but of course there is a fee. That aside I really like this application.
Interface with global SDS database
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Chemical Safety Software
Onsite waste tracking to manage container and labpack info in the EMS software