The simple way to say you’re okay.
Say you live alone. Send an All Good notification out to a friend or relative or any number of contacts every day to let them know you’re doing well.
Say you’re traveling in a danger zone. Send an All Good to people back home every day.
Say your town has been hit by an earthquake. Send an All Good.
Say you just got back your test results. Send an All Good.
Simpler than a text or call or email because the recipient doesn’t need to respond. Set up in advance who you want your contact person (or people) to be, and when they accept your connection, they’ll know to expect regular All Good updates from you. If you miss a day, then they’ll know to investigate.
Don’t worry about privacy: The All Good database is hosted in Apple's iCloud, and it doesn’t store any of your personal information or any information from your contacts. Your name is the only info the app keeps, and that's stored in your private iCloud account – no one else can see that unless you send them an invitation.
New in this version:
- Dark mode compatibility
- Siri Shortcut and voice integration (make a shortcut, give it a phrase to listen for)
- Sound notification (can be turned off in iPhone Settings for All Good)
- Countdown as contacts are notified
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Really useful for all family members!
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.