citizenAID 12+


Designed for iPad

    • Free



We believe that being prepared really matters. Those first 5 minutes count, they make the differences, you make the difference.

citizenAID is a simple, clear teaching aid for immediate actions and first aid for stabbing, bomb-incident or mass shooting.

With the right skills and knowledge YOU can deliver care to yourself, your friends and family and to the stranger caught up in a disaster.

What’s New

Version 2.1.3

Updated screenshots

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Misty67 ,

Vital information but app is initially confusing

This app contains vital information on what to do in various emergency situations i.e. bomb, gun, knife attacks.
Others have commented that it feels like a leaflet, and I agree. The first page shows a picture of someone holding what appears to be a leaflet version of the app.
On first opening the app I was completely confused by its layout. However after about 5 minutes I understood it. Some have commented that they wouldn't like to be faced with using this during an emergency. Whilst I understand this, it also needs to be remembered that you need to have prepared yourself beforehand by familiarising yourself with relevant info and the app (irrespective of its layout) so when an emergency arises you have some idea of what you're doing.
In summary though, the app is really useful but would benefit from some redesigning.

Steve F (London) ,

Lifesaving app

Excellent app for lay people to be prepared - not scared.
Some really good simple first aid advice to use in a crisis. Excellent in recommended improvised first aid as opposed to the usual drivel from most first aid organisations about MUST use proper dressings and MUST be a first Aider, and MUST have a policy etc

This is some good old fashioned common sense advise to use in saving a life

urbanscale ,

Badly needs a redesign for clarity of use under pressure

The information in this app is all sound, so far as it goes, and will save lives if used as directed in emergent crisis situations. The app suffers badly, though, from poorly-thought graphic design and user interaction decisions, and these unfortunately render it ineffectual, verging on dangerous. I cannot recommend it as-is. Strongly recommend that the team engages an information architect for their next version, test novice users’ ability to make use of the app under simulated crisis conditions, and iterate accordingly.

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