inutile comme le reste de l'état d'urgence vigipirate er compagnie
Application totalement inefficace car l'état préfère utiliser Twitter. Encore de l'argent public jeté par la fenêtre. Exemple pour le 20 avril 2017 sur les champs elysees...
Cette application garde le GPS allumé tout le temps, et cela bouffe de la batterie. A priori il n'est pas nécessaire de connaitre mes coordonnées GPS à tout moment, a priori il suffira d'utiliser le GPS seulement en cas d'alerte.
So far, useless False alert in Paris today, 500 metres from where I was. Supposedly an alert sent out, but I didn't receive one. Also notification of evacuation of train stations would be useful as I have happened upon two just this week alone (both times at Gare du Nord) without any prior notification of what was happening. The stars are purely for the good intentions.
Excellent idea! While it's a pity that we have to be so careful, it's great to see technology being used to keep people alert. - You might review the language though. ZipCode for example is an American trademark and may not be understood by some people outside the US. Postal Code is universally understood. Also it's not clear that you can enter the city/town/village name rather than the code as the field doesn't mention it. It's a great concept though and I hope it helps to keep people safer.
Géo-localisation Great concept, work needed on key words to make finding easier in app store, says you can save 8 favourite locations but keeps insisting on activating Géo-localisation...? Please get a native English speaker to check your "translations"..., oh and it's a 12MB app with no data capture - REALLY...?
Prise en compte de la version 7 d'Androïd.
Caller ID, phone number tracker, call blocker, contacts location, works offline