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App Review: Give some aid with Phone Aid!

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Hey all!

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Today’s post, aside from the usual Sunday post, will be a quick review of a new app that was brought to my attention yesterday by our own forum resident �Doobie�!

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The app I am referring to is called �Phone Aid� and it is available now and for FREE for your iPhone 3G. However, it is only free until October 26, 2008, which is the primary reason for my early post today! So, what is this app all about?! Well in short, it is a first-aid app. Now, before I continue with the details, be reminded that this app is in no way supposed to replace the dialling of emergency services or anything even remotely related. It is however, a great personal supplement to those emergency services, especially for little things around the home such as burns or scrapes. In other words, the app is an informational application for medical response.

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So, once you are into the app, you get a variety of choices beginning with CPR, Choking, and �More info�. Under CPR and Choking you get to choose if you are dealing with infants or children for example, and under the CPR case, adults as well. Under the more info section, you get very broad categories including almost any kind of medical situation such as burns, bee stings, drowning, poisoning, and list goes on! It is like having your personal medical encyclopedia, but all on your iPhone!

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So, how can you get this app? Go to your iPhone 3G App Store and search for �Phone Aid�. It will be the first hit. And remember, its free until Sunday October 26, 2008, so get it fast!!!!!

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I would also like to thank �Doobie� again from the forums for pointing out this fantastic app!

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Enjoy!

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  • Harry

    eep, for some reason I don’t really trust this app.
    I just downloaded the app i.TV and that I trust and it works like a charm 🙂

  • Harry

    eep, for some reason I don’t really trust this app.
    I just downloaded the app i.TV and that I trust and it works like a charm 🙂

  • Harry

    eep, for some reason I don’t really trust this app.
    I just downloaded the app i.TV and that I trust and it works like a charm 🙂

  • Harry

    eep, for some reason I don’t really trust this app.
    I just downloaded the app i.TV and that I trust and it works like a charm 🙂

  • Tim Aucoin

    Interesting app. Doesn’t hurt to at least have it available just incase. For free, I will keep it on my phone as insurance. If I were the one needing the medical treatment, I would be grateful if someone saved my life because they had this on their phone! 🙂

    Thanks for the tip Doobie & iPhone Fan!

  • Tim Aucoin

    Interesting app. Doesn’t hurt to at least have it available just incase. For free, I will keep it on my phone as insurance. If I were the one needing the medical treatment, I would be grateful if someone saved my life because they had this on their phone! 🙂

    Thanks for the tip Doobie & iPhone Fan!

  • Tim Aucoin

    Interesting app. Doesn’t hurt to at least have it available just incase. For free, I will keep it on my phone as insurance. If I were the one needing the medical treatment, I would be grateful if someone saved my life because they had this on their phone! 🙂

    Thanks for the tip Doobie & iPhone Fan!

  • Peacock

    Thanks Doobie and X1 for the info on Phone Aid. I just downloaded it. To be honest, it’s not particularly impressive. The great thing about apps is you only have to download it once, then sync it with iTunes, then you have it forever! The good thing about Phone Aid is that it gives you instructions with sounds!

  • Peacock

    Thanks Doobie and X1 for the info on Phone Aid. I just downloaded it. To be honest, it’s not particularly impressive. The great thing about apps is you only have to download it once, then sync it with iTunes, then you have it forever! The good thing about Phone Aid is that it gives you instructions with sounds!

  • Peacock

    Thanks Doobie and X1 for the info on Phone Aid. I just downloaded it. To be honest, it’s not particularly impressive. The great thing about apps is you only have to download it once, then sync it with iTunes, then you have it forever! The good thing about Phone Aid is that it gives you instructions with sounds!

  • Nice, this will come in handy in emergencies, but of course 911 might be a better option 😉

  • Nice, this will come in handy in emergencies, but of course 911 might be a better option 😉

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