CrimeDoor is a revolutionary news app for the True Crime space that delivers daily news updates, with an unmatched database of case file content from around the globe. Staying updated has never been easier, as the latest links and local reports from the biggest sources are updated multiple times daily.
CrimeDoor also provides geo-targeted case profiles on a map, allerting users of murders, missing persons and unsolved cases in their area. Thousands of cases from around the world are supplemented with all the relevant reports, links, videos, photos and podcasts. Only the most relevant and accurate case content has been curated within each profile. Additionally, profiles are updated regularly when news warrants.
CrimeDoor delivers revolutionary 3D Augmented Reality experiences that allow users to investigate crime scenes and join a community of citizen sleuths and justice-seekers. The goal is to not only help people understand crimes better by exploring the crime scenes, but ultimately, CrimeDoor wants to help bring resolution to unresolved cases. Our technology has been vetted by both police officers and FBI agents as a way to help advance crime solving techniques, as well as raise awareness like never before around cases that need attention.
The latest news links and news video updated multiple times daily
Thousands of deep dives on case files
Over 100,000 hours of curated content
Exclusive award-winning 3D Augmented Reality crime scenes to explore
More True Crime than ever before! This update includes:
- Over 70,000 hours of free video and podcast content
- Exclusive analysis by forensics expert Paul Holes
- High profile cases like the Delphi Murders, Rebecca Zahau, Elisa Lam and others
- A new AR Crime Scene or other premium subscriber content added every week
- New stories, videos and podcasts updated daily
- Big fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I Love this App, but—
It just takes so long to load. I have accessed Ripper’s, Epstein’s, and the DELPHI Murder crime doors, but others take so long. I haven't been able to get in. Other than that, this is a brilliant way in which to get individuals immersed in unsolved crimes. I hope it generates solid leads and, ultimately, arrests/convictions.
There is a wealth of information (podcasts, news articles, documentaries, etc.), brought together in one place for each case. My only complaint is that I cannot efficiently access the crime doors. Perhaps, instead of a circular-loading symbol (whatever it's technically called), it could be a bar, so as to indicate exactly how far into the loading process we are. But keep the color blue...😁
Finally! A True Crime Library
The vast amount of content within this app is so well managed and curated, with access to all the media coverage and imagery of the period in which the crime took place. They’ve collated all the historical news and TV show content that covered each of these crime stories. There are numerous podcasts that detail the events and continue to discuss these crimes to this very day. There’s no links sending you off to another media app ...it’s all in this single app. Try walking around the actual crime scene within one of the augmented reality Door experiences while listening to the podcast describing the events that led up to this moment. Deeply immersive. A whole different perspective on headline crimes I thought I fully understood when I read about them at the time they occurred. Highly recommend the unlimited monthly subscription. It’s a good value, as you get access to all the new augmented reality Doors as they come out, AND you can continue to access the entire library of AR Doors. In terms of content, this thing is massive.
Great Information and Updates
The app has a lot of good information on it from both past and current cases. At the time of typing this is October 20, 2021 which is about a week after the Gabby Petito live autopsy reveal was announced. I heard it from this app first and went straight to it. There aren’t many free AR doors, but one they do have that’s free is the JonBenet Ramsey case, which is one of my favorite cases. They have links and videos and articles below their information. My favorite feature of the app is “This Day in Crime.” It will show a crime that happened on that day in time, and I like to look at those crimes and put small remembrance notes for the victims on school locker. All around, amazing app with great info and definitely the best true crime news app I’ve downloaded.
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- 142 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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- In-App Purchases
- Monthly Subscription $4.99
- Delphi CrimeDoor $1.99
- Black Dahlia $1.99
- Mary Kelly $1.99
- Selena CrimeDoor $1.99
- Jeffrey Epstein CrimeDoor $1.99
- Rebecca Zahau CrimeDoor $1.99
- Travis Alexander CrimeDoor $1.99
- Yearly Subscription Discount $49.99
- The Menendez Murders CrimeDoor $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.