EdgeRift Unveils Emergency Radio 1.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch

May 7, 2009 in Medical (E)

[prMac.com] Tucson, Arizona - EdgeRift, Inc., a leading developer of innovative Mac and iPhone software, has released Emergency Radio, an application that brings police scanner and emergency services frequencies to the iPhone and iPod Touch. With a sleek interface and intuitive design, Emergency Radio delivers over 900 police, fire, and emergency services frequencies via Wi-Fi and cellular network (iPhone only - data plan required). The application has received rave reviews from customers, and is currently one of the top paid applications on the iTunes App Store.

"A traditional police scanner can cost hundreds of dollars," said EdgeRift CEO Parker Minardo. "Emergency Radio brings the same functionality to many iPhone and iPod touch users in an affordable and convenient way."

Emergency Radio takes advantage of unique iPhone features, including Core Location. Users can locate cities/counties by name or search for nearby frequencies based on the user's current location. The application also offers a customizable favorites list, and a list of scanner codes to aid in listening.

End Users Love Emergency Radio

"I love this app!" remarks one App Store reviewer (username "Absinth Minded"). "I'm a firefighter-EMT and this app is a lot of fun to see what's going on in other cities."

"Unbelievable!" comments another App Store reviewer (username "iheartdogs55"). "This app is worth the measly 99 cents! You must buy this app!!!!"

"Five stars!!" says a third App Store reviewer (username "FebruaryXVI"). "I used to listen to a scanner years ago, but sadly it broke. I found this app by accident and got excited but didn't expect my city to be on the list, amazingly though it was! The audio is clear and the interface is nice. Thank you for this app!!!"

Pricing and Availability:
Emergency Radio is currently available on sale (for a limited time) from the App Store for $0.99 (USD). A lite version is also available at no cost with a limitation of 5 frequencies. Media licenses are available upon request for members of the press and blogging community.

EdgeRift is a leading developer of Mac and iPhone software. The company is the developer behind AllSecure for Mac, which allows consumers to securely store passwords, documents, and other confidential information in a graphically rich interface. Privately held, EdgeRift Inc. is based in Tucson, Arizona. Copyright 2009 EdgeRift Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Leopard are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.