doesnt work in uk no aeds listed . useless app
Good idea but waste of time. Didn't work in UK. Seemed there was a complicated process in order to show any AEDs. WHY?
Good idea, very inaccurate Really, some AEG's (who're named after the building where to find them) are way off! It's something to know the name.. But needs to become more intuitive, correct and straightforward to use.
Useless when you need it most Unintuitive, painfully slow and won't tell me where any AED is on the entire planet. It's very dependant on a large number of permissions that are irrelevant to first aid. Facebook integration? Is that how we'll save lives these days? Please, contact your local red cross or other aid movement and take a first aid course, it'll make the real difference between life and death when needed. This app tells you the emergency number in Europe is 112 and in the US it's 911, I'm sure you'll manage without any app.
Inutilisable avec un Galaxy S5 Impossible de s'enregistrer sans compte Facebook Quand on rajoute un défibrillateur on ne peut pas le positionner sur la carte. Du coup il est positionn;e où l'on est et non où il se trouve vriament. Parfois on se retrouve bloqué dans les menus et on est obligé de redémarrer l'application Dommage car l'application serait très utile sinon
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- New First responders feature: If you are trained to CPR you can register through the App as a First Responder. You can then be notified by the EMS in case of cardiac arrest near you to provide CPR. Staying Alive First Responder technology works in France, Belgium and Switzerland across Staying Alive, Rea•App & SwissHeart mobile Apps.
- Minor bug fixes
A pocket suicide prevention app, packed with information to help you stay safe.
This app helps you locate the nearest AED, and shows you how to deliver CPR.
PulsePoint AED lets you report and update AED locations for emergency responders