This is brilliant However, using Samsung Galaxy Note 3 there is a couple of issues. False activations trying to get phone out of bags pockets etc is a pain. Can you get this to work with galaxy gear watch. Then even whilst phone is charging or drug induced somnambulance is covered?
Help! needs more automatism I love the app.. but I can't really use it yet. I want to use it for my grandmother, but she does not really know how a smartphone works and she forgets/does not know how to startup this app and activate it. I need this app to have a option to auto start when the smartphone starts up and to activate/arm itself automaticly. My grandmother should only need know how to charge it and how to turn the smartphone on. Who can I contact about this?
So far ok. Just can't tell it I am ok. Have to kill the app. Also no way to control detect tone sound level. I will give it a 5 when these are corrected. I am disabled and hard of hearing.
Works as described, this app is also useful to alerting you should your phone be dropped without your being aware. The only issue that I have is the "The I'm OK" button not working for me. This is easy enough to overcome by closing and reopening the app.
Generally, very good; but it fails to make phone call or send email. It sends a text correctly and attempts the phone call, but a robo-female voice says "Could not complete your call. Please try again" This is on an Android/Google Nexus 5.
It has good potential. But it has few drawbacks that makes it not ready for emergency. At least not for elderly. 1. It does not restart on system restart. 2. It stops detecting after one detection. 3. It send message to only one person.
- Mail service was moved to an internal server of ITER, SA.
- User is now reminded to activate the GPS device while fade is being used.
- It was corrected some minor bugfixes.