Instantly alert of what's happening in your neighborhood with real-time feed. A location-based app that allows people to search local by neighborhood based on geographic distance. Let's work together as a neighborhood, either as a resident or an administration of a neighborhood center or authority.
With Neighborhood v1.4, you can:
- Find residents nearby that you don't ever know - not after you use this app :)
- Pin yourself as resident or authority (police, guard and etc) or restaurant in neighborhood or welfare group or lastly clinic in neighborhood.
- Explore services around your neighborhood such as resident association, police station, bank, social welfare center, hospital etc based on your location.
- Follow the neighbors you want to follow,you only want certain feeds to appear in your notification :)
- Use real-time feeds to find what’s happening in the hood, on events and incidents happening.
- Call the neighbor if the contact number is provided.
- Share a feed to Facebook.
- Invite friends to join the network.
- Push notification on news feed.
- Create an activity and ask your neighbors to join.
- Post image on suspicious person.
We are bringing the idea of a neighborhood watch and community communication tool to your phone. With the rate of crimes increasing, real time communication between neighbors and citizens could not be more important. We need your help in figuring out the features that are most important to you. We would like to invite you to help us make this better. Sign up and start using it today! This only works if you participate.
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