Last Updated on April 4, 2022 by admin
Across the last decade, mobile applications and mobile App Development has emerged to offer end users greater knowledge, resources and convenience.
Today there are many applications that can be of critical help during emergency situations. Mobile App Developers are continually leveraging technology which in turn means that many emergency mobile applications can be used offline.
Such features are of vital importance especially in developing nations where internet connectivity can be poor or unreliable.
Such offline functionality allows for end users to access a vast array of data and information on demand without the need for connectivity.
Below are a handful of mobile apps that could indeed save your life one day!
The Merck Manual
Pooling the accumulated resources of over 300 medical professionals, The Merck Manual is presented in the form of a fully self-contained mobile application with no internet connection needed. The Merck Manual presents separate manuals for specific audiences.
From doctors and medical professionals to veterinarians, students, patients, caregivers and families, The Merck Manual has information on animal bites, burns, chemical burns, fractures, head injuries, nose bleeds, and much more and is a one stop offline medical resource that you should have with you wherever you may go.
Life360 enables friends and family members to share their location with each other and send text messages and emails to them. The Life360 mobile application features photos, illustrations and videos on a variety of disorders and diseases, alongside useful animations that visually demonstrate required actions. Users can also follow interactive quizzes and self assessments to update health and fitness levels/goals as well.
The bSafe mobile application allows users to send and receive SOS alarms from your loved ones during an emergency. The bsafe mobile app developers have also included a host of in-built emergency safety features. Users can send a SOS alarm by saying a phrase, record live emergency videos, notify guardians of your exact location and even receive a fake call through the bSafe app to escape from an unpleasant or awkward situation.
The LifeSaver Mobile Application aims to put an end to distracted driving by automatically blocking or restricting mobile phone use. With LifeSaver, family and friends will be informed when you reach your destination safely and furthermore users can protect themselves and their vehicles with personalised notifications and tracking features.
Offline Survival Manual
As the name suggests, this is a fully Offline Survival Manual that has been captured into a handy mobile application. From emergency situations to everyday leisure activities such as hiking or camping, the Offline Survival Manual provides detailed information on how to build a shelter, make fire, basic first aid, water and food procurement and loads of other critical survival tips and tools covering situations from land and sea to deserts and other remote locations or emergency scenarios.
The Emergency+ App
Mobile App Developers in Australia on behalf of Australia’s emergency services, government and industry partners created the Emergency+ App that uses on board GPS functionality to help a Triple Zero (000) caller provide critical location details required to mobilise emergency services.
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