Review from Jason Bechler
:) I use it alot. Excellent information :-)
While I do like the app for some reason whenever I click on the actual response to see where it is on the map instead of showing me where it is in my city it directs me to Port Angeles WA and some small town near Pittsburgh. That's just the active responses so far. One of the recent directs me to Selinsgrove. This app does me no good when it directs me to both the east and west coasts.
Just informative enough There is a fine line between respecting privacy and sharing just enough information so others can potentially help. This app doesn't get too personal. One improvement I would suggest is to not make this app configurable for everybody. Instead it would be nice to require qualifications (i.e. proof of CPR/AED cert, agency affiliation, etc.)
Great tool that comes in handy While I myself am not a first responder or medical professional of any kind I appreciate the fact that this app exists and that my area in Las Vegas happens to be covered. At some point I do hope they will add the audio feed which would come in handy at times. Thank you to the Developers for creating this tool.
Good but it lost the radio traffic feature I got it in hopes of hearing the radio traffic as well but since my local department went to digital radios, that feature has been discontinued. It does however show and provide notification of calls in the app before the responders even get them so A+ for that feature.
The idea is great I wish there was a way in settings to limit the notifications to incidents within a certain distance or radius. I'm getting hundreds of notifications a day mostly for incidents that are nowhere near me. If you live in a major metro area you're not going to be able to respond to things across town.
Love it, when it works When I first installed this more than a year ago, it worked flawlessly. Now tho, I have to uninstall & reinstall it cause the notifications stop after a day or two (even tho I haven't done anything, or changed anything on my phone during that time). When the notifications are working tho, it's awesome, since I'm a CERT responder for CRESA. Very helpful.
Version 2.0.6, build 91. Requires Android 4.1 (Jellybean) or higher.
- New Roaming Agency feature
- Spanish interface available
Accurate, free and allows unlimited measurements and records of pulse rate.
Learn CPR! is designed to help you learn CPR or brush up on your CPR skills.
Most Precise Heart Rate Monitor Ever + Unlimited Measurements and Records.