May 31, 2010 11:00 AM –
First Aid is designed to help you follow the right procedures in a stressful situation or support other people by giving them instructions. It is based on illustrations, videos and short texts that show you how to take the necessary action step by step and in the right order. Features: emergency call, SMS, My kit.
AndroidTapp.com Android App Review:
Pros & Cons:
- Test your knowledge of basic to intermediate first aid
- Learn how-to solutions when situations occur
- View illustrated tips on how to administer first aid techniques
- Watch video tutorials for some situations
- Keep a log of emergency numbers
- No section for kids or infants
- Few spelling errors
First Aid Android App gives you many tips on what to do in various situations where first aid needs to be implied. When you choose a situation in the tips category, the next page illustrates how to perform the recommended procedure. You can even see videos on YouTube showing tutorial of some first aid procedures. First aid also has a category that tells you if something is a first aid related Myth or fact. If it a myth, first aid gives you the corrected solution.
There is also a section that gives you Tests on first aid solutions and procedures. The last category is Kit. This is the area where it shows you options to include in building your own physical first aid mobile kit. The last option is the “Call” option. In this section you can store emergency numbers that should be called for any emergency that might come up.
First Aid Splash Screen
First Aid Call Home Screen
First Aid Myths
First Aid Tests and Quizes
First Aid Kit
First Aid Treatment Categories
First Aid Treatment Advice
First Aid Treatment Videos on YouTube
This application is very useful, in today’s society understanding and staying aware of what to do when you aren’t around a clinic or if you’re on the road travelling in rural areas with no hospital in sight in the case of an emergency, this app can be finitely valuable!
Ease of Use:
The app is pretty straight-forward. Once opened all options are divided into 5 sections, Call to access emergency. The next section is Tips; this section is followed by Myths of first aid response. The last two sections are Test and Kit.
Whenever an emergency appears, or if you’re just curious of what to do in different situations. Or if you just want to refresh you first aid knowledge.
The interface is very simple. All your main categories are at the top of the screen in a row. Poke around to discover first aid tips.