citizenAID

4.3
507 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

We believe that being prepared really matters. Those first 5 minutes count, they make the difference, you make the difference.

citizen AID is a simple, clear teaching aid for Immediate Actions and First Aid for a stabbing, bomb incident or mass shooting.

With the right skills and knowledge YOU can deliver care to yourself, your friends and family and to the stranger caught up in a disaster.

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Updated on
28 Sept 2018

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4.3
507 reviews
Joe Curry
6 July 2021
Good app plenty of information. Just a couple little things like spelling errors and misaligned buttons that stop it being a 5. It could be improved to be more accessible, e.g. more languages, audio guides, etc. The icon in the bottom centre is misleading, looks like it should be a button but it doesn't do anything. I don't think it's needed. Would be better replaced with the home button.
1 person found this review helpful
M Holland
29 November 2021
Great idea and wish it worked properly, I made the mistake of choosing to view other parts of the app now no matter what I select all it wants to show is stuff to buy or give info about the charity, the home button takes me back to the sales page there is a button bottom right with 3 dots but can't access it because it hides behind the zoom control, the black navigation bar is missing until this is fixed the app is useless to me.
4 people found this review helpful
A Google user
18 September 2018
Good app. Odd when first updated - it needs closing and re-opening to start properly, but only the first time after the update. When going to one of the 'order' pages there is then no way to get back to the app without closing it and restarting - could do with looking at for the next update. Good info though - and can see it would be useful to help remain calm in an incident.
9 people found this review helpful

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