Five star reviews are not easily earned from me. This developer has done what very few have been able to in the past 1 decades. They've made a title that's not greedy, is full of valuable - viable information and given it to us offline. That's unheard of in this day and age with advertisements making up the bulk of content with the usual apps from the play store. And then to not only deluver such unheard of premise but to update it as well? These devs are the exception. Thank you, you've truly earned your 5-star rating and a customer for life.
The best app for survival. This person (or team) did a perfect job on this app, and could've already saved a lofe or two. This has everything you would need to know for survival, from basic medicine to information about plants! It is very descriptive too. Litterally, it has EVERYTHING! I am very happy with this app, and would recommend this to everyone. The only problem is that if your phone is dead, you won't be able to access this app. Vut, I do think that it does a a power section.... ? Anyways, overall, GREAT APP!!!!!!! ☺☺
This app gets 5 stars straight off the bat, not because it's a "well designed app" but most importantly because of the content. Just reading and applying the section on the psychology of successful survival, is probably the best advice I have ever come across from a survival resource...period! In fact it can be applied to life in general...nevermind a survival situation! If the rest of the resource was left blank...I'd still give it 5 stars! Well done!
Excellent app. Tons of great information for any hazard or situation. It's like having an Eagle Scout on your phone! Best part, and best part of any survival tool, it's offline! You don't need to connect to anything to get the info you need, only device power! **New colors look great dude, keep up the great work!
The app is great. I did see one error unless I'm understanding it incorrectly, the picture for the edible Cashew nut is actually the toxic Gidgee Gidgee. One seed from this pod can kill a person. Australian Aboriginal women used to drop the seeds in the water. The one seed that floats they would consume to bring on an abortion. Trouble was, half the time they would also abort themselves.
I downloaded this just to read when I'm bored, and when I was out at my Grandma's in the Woods I decided to actually use this app. I set out into the woods and slowly built up a shelter Every time I went to my Grandma's. One Day I was looking for some more big peices of Wood and instead I found a stick that was Split through the middle, after finding that I got some old wire from a box. I then went to a Stone Pile nearby and picked out a good Stone. Using this App I easily made a Stone Club.
- Content update
- Adjust colors a bit (let me know if you like it)
- When clicking a link - make the CollapsingToolbarLayout expanded again