NM Notify

3.5
245 reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

NM Notify is the official Notification App of New Mexico and the New Mexico Department of Health. It uses Bluetooth technology to alert you when you have been in contact or close proximity to someone that has tested positive for COVID-19. The app uses the Bluetooth technology on your phone to exchange anonymous codes with anyone in your proximity with the same app. If one of those people should become infected within 14 days of your contact, you will be alerted. You'll be told that you have been in contact with someone that has tested positive for COVID-19. Then it will advise you on what steps to take to keep you and others around you safe. Likewise, if you test positive for COVID-19 you can upload your "positive" code and anyone that you have been in contact with will receive an alert. It's completely anonymous, you won't know and others won't know who exposed who.
Updated on
May 12, 2022

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3.5
245 reviews
Mary Compton
April 22, 2022
It asks for a PIN to report test results. How/when is the PIN set up? Why is there no way to reset it or recover it? Waste of time.
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A. Vestige
March 25, 2021
Currently cannot get the app to work. Installed & tried opening, but kept quitting. Sent feedback. Deinsed, then reinstalled, but same problem. Sent feedback again. Have no idea if this is a good app since it's not working for me. Although in theory, it's a good idea. I've been vaccinated, but it's still good to know. Wish it worked.
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Ju Iverson
July 5, 2021
I've installed it for maybe 3 months, almost forgot it, and today all of sudden I got an potential exposure alert for, eh, 5 days ago. I understand it takes time to confirm, but this is just a horrible example that only the app couldn't handle the risk. If the security or entrance of any public place enforce temperature monitoring, it would br much easier to locate the potential cases along with the app. It's too late!
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Bug fixes and performance improvements