The application has the following features:
· Alerts: receive push notifications to your phone about critical public safety incidents as they occur
· News: read the latest news about major crimes, notable arrests, crime trends, and Department events
· Crime Maps: see near real-time maps of where crime is happening in town
· Photos: view surveillance photos and sketches of wanted suspects, plus browse interesting pics of our personnel, police dogs, equipment, and more
· Videos: watch videos from our YouTube channel
· Twitter: follow and communicate with us through a direct link to our Twitter account, and receive updates about critical public safety incidents as they occur
· Facebook: view the latest information posted on our Facebook page
· Submit a tip: submit a tip to us about criminal activity going on in your neighborhood. You can choose to remain anonymous.
The Palo Alto Police Department is located in Palo Alto, California, right in the heart of Silicon Valley. We have 161 personnel who are proud to serve and protect our community. Please join us as our partners to make Palo Alto an even safer place for our residents, visitors, and businesses!
This application is powered by, and was developed in collaboration with http://gomobilepd.com.
Before installing this app, please check with your IT department to ensure that your organization has enabled a GlobalProtect gateway subscription on the firewall.
- Automatic VPN connection
- Automatic discovery of optimal gateway
- Manual gateway selection capability
- Connect via IPSec or SSL
- Supports all of the existing PAN-OS authentication methods including Kerberos, RADIUS, LDAP, client certificates, and a local user database
- Provides the full benefit of the native experience and allows users to securely use any app
- Network administrators; please contact your Palo Alto Networks sales representative or channel partner to add GlobalProtect gateway subscription to your firewalls in order to enable support for GlobalProtect for Android.
- Supported on Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls running PAN-OS 4.0, 4.1 and 5.0.
Useful, for instance, to not miss calls when using headphones.
See http://code.google.com/p/android-notifier/ for instructions and desktop downloads.
v0.2.8 adds encryption and basic Locale/Tasker support
*Interactive Activity Feed
*Personal Schedule Curation
*Breakout Track Details & Locations
*Hands-On Session Information
*Session & Conference Surveys
*Passport to Prizes Program
It is used to collect any kind of City data from information about water valves to post-earthquake damage reports.
It is map-centric and delivers data to and from mobile devices directly from (and to) the City's Geographic Information System.
Recon is intended for use by city staff and known external users. It requires a username and password from the City's GIS manager.
Recon serves as a mini stand-alone mapping data system, requiring connection to the City servers (directly or via the internet) only to upload and download changed data.
Since the current feedly android application does not support notifications, I decided to write one myself.
This app allows you to granularly configure the notification for the unread articles. This configuration can be done both at the category level or even at the Feed level.
Features of this app:
* Configure minimum unread feeds at feed or category level after which you want notification
* Dashclock Extension
Please send me an email if you have any suggestions or any features you would like to incorporate.
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