4.1
2.86K reviews
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About this app

Smitte|stop is not active and is not currently maintained. It is no longer possible to report being infected and get exposure notifications. If the health authorities decide to provide the app again, it will be updated.

Read more about the app at https://smittestop.dk/en
Updated on
Mar 22, 2022

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4.1
2.86K reviews
Jakob Guldberg Aaes
July 31, 2020
Good idea but crucial notification for status is still missing. It seems to work as intented but the design is not with actual users in mind. There is no indication on the status of the application running in the background. This leads to me forgetting turning it on and/or off as I have no idea without opening the app. Also there are too many steps to turn it on (3 taps is a lot).
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Sundhedsministeriet
August 3, 2020
Tak for dit forslag til Smitte|Stop appen. Dit forslag er noteret og sendt videre til projektudviklings teamet
Alessandro G.
September 30, 2020
On my phone, background exposure checks are not regularly performed. Last one was 5 days ago (!), in the past 14 days only 8 checks were made. I suspect this is an API issue rather than an app issue, but it seriously decreases effectiveness of the app. I wonder if it might be possible to add a manual "check now" button.
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Drew Fremlev Fisher
January 9, 2022
Simple app which serves its purpose. The biggest flaw is when getting a notification that you have been a near contact, there is no information on when. It would help immensely to know at least the date the near contact happened. Also, with the government encouraging the use of home tests to lower the strain on the test system, it would make sense for a function to be introduced to report a positive home test. This would help control the spread.
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