Most apps are downloaded and quickly discarded after just a week or even a single-use. This can especially be the case when dealing with government apps, which typically are used seasonally or in one-off situations.
The IN.gov app solves this problem by acting as a warehouse for all of the apps offered by the State of Indiana. When you need an app, just tap the screen and it downloads to your device. Along with the full catalog, it lists the most popular apps and allows the user to save his or her favorite apps, even if they are removed from the phone, for quick access.
Users can quickly contact the State via Live Chat directly from the App or reach State FAQs via the mobile-friendly platform that includes 200+ websites that are mobile compliant.
The maps utilize GPS to identify government services and attractions near the user’s current location. A simple slide feature allows the map to shrink or expand to help pinpoint locations. Additionally, the maps have different layers that include state offices, parks, beaches and historical sites. Access to Turn-by-turn navigation or calling to each location is turned on with the press of a finger.
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Users are able to view state events, find information about state agencies and have access to the state phone directory.
Additional features include:
◦ Sharing App via text, email, Facebook, Twitter and Airdrop.
◦ Access to State government social media outlets.
◦ Find an agency or find a person in state government.
◦ Access to nearly 70 agencies’ news and events.
◦ Tutorial on using the App.
◦ Report a bug.
Bug fixes and general enhancements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I'd give this app a higher rating but it would be better if it didn't download locations every time you used it.
This App Does Not Work
Last updated one year ago and still not working. Links for “questions” and “report a bug” are dead, making it impossible to report a pretty serious bug like the app not working. Uplink provides “unauthorized access” error. It just seems logical that at a time when offices are closed and people are being advised to stay in, the state of Indiana would want its apps to be working and available for wide usage.
Like most thing run by the government, never right
Last time I checked this there was no reason for any county in Indiana to have any hazardous road conditions. When I checked on the counties that were other than green it was old warnings from 2-6 weeks old. Counties should turn back to green after a set number of hours. Not in 6 months when the only person with access to change it comes back from their 6 month vacation.
Not to be counted on
Just takes up space on your device
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.