It's an ok app. It's awesome because it keeps track of all my donations and my iron levels and all that from each donation. It definitely makes donating easier. However, it's a hard app to navigate. There is also a problem where I have not received badges that I should have received. (I.e. bloodselfie, vampire, holiday gift, etc.) I hope I get the gallon one when I get there!
Ok While the app now allows you to enter your blood pressure, it only allows you to enter it on the day of the reading. There is apparently no way to enter past values, or enter a value even on the day after the reading. Please update to address this. Also, I would like the donor ID card to include my bar code so I can stop carrying around my physical card.
I wanted to donate blood today because I was eligible. It said there was a blood drive at my college campus at Shaw hall. When I got there they did not know about it. I checked the app and it said Ackers hall. So I went there and they did not know anything and the app was telling me it was at Shaw hall again. This app was worthless.
Need to merge Rapidpass with this app, honestly. Whatever knot you have with the legality of using an app for personal info, or the dev side of apps, you need it untied. There shouldn't be a half-attempt at helping donors getting the info in for you to help others.
I really like this app and the fact that I can move it to my sdcard to free up space on my phone is a definite plus, however, I recently noticed that after an update to the app it defaulted back to storage on my phone. Can you please fix that? I hate having to keep moving it back.
I'm 16 and I put my date of birth in and it says oh no you must be 17 to donate. But then another thing says in dome states you can donate at 16 with parental consent. Obviously I donated so im in one of those states, but it still won't let me log in.
minor bug fixes
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