iPhone App Launched!

We are delighted and excited to announce the official launch of !Emergency!, a potentially lifesaving iPone app.

This app uses your phone’s location data to call the Emergency Services for the country that you are in, should you find yourself in an emergency situation.

If you travel a lot, but do not always have time to find out the important numbers of the country you are in, then this app is for you.

When you launch !Emergency!, it uses your iPhone’s location data, together with a specially assembled database of emergency telephone numbers, to call the correct number for the country you are in. We have a huge database of countries from across the world.

We’ve all been there: travelling in a country, maybe for just short time, without knowing all the local travel info. Trouble is, you don’t always know when you might be in an emergency situation.

Anything can happen: medical, fire or legal emergency – you never know what might strike. And just one number could mean the difference between life and death. But these numbers can be quite different from one country to the next. It may be 911 in the United States, 999 in the United Kingdom, but did you know you should dial 111 for the Emergency Services in New Zealand? Do you know the emergency telephone number in Mexico, Australia or Germany?

Just install !Emergency! on your iPhone, and the app does the rest. It will automatically detect what country you are in, and dial the correct number should you need it.

Just launch the app, and !Emergency! will take care of the rest.

There’s one thing you can be sure of: You will never regret it.

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