ICE: In Case of Emergency
ICE stores all your medical info and allocates an emergency contact which is accessible straight from your phone’s home screen.
ICE: In Case of Emergency Review
by on March 13, 2010
Nobody wants to think that they will be in an accident but sometimes it is good to prepare for the worst.
The ICE app is very nifty download which will make it easier for paramedics to assess what to do when you are, say, unconscious.
The app allows you to allocate two emergency numbers which are accessible from your phone screen even when it’s locked. And while having an ICE contact on your screen could be quite intrusive the app lets you make the details as transparent as you want, so that it doesn’t interfere with whatever crazy wallpaper you are sporting at the time.
This is just the face of the app, though, as there is a whole lot more you can do with ICE. This includes recording what medical conditions you have, what allergies affect you and important information like your blood type.
So, if you do have something like epilepsy, diabetes or even asthma and get into trouble, installing ICE may mean the difference between… well, you get the idea.
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