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  • RescueMe Now – Quick user’s guide

    Quick user guide
    Activate RescueMe alarm

    We need only a very quick user’s guide. After a successful configuration you have almost nothing to do, just tap the RescueMe button on the first screen. Confirm the alarm message. After 45-60 seconds you will get a status report.

    We need GPS (location services) and network access to send emails and Push Notifications. You must have a valid login to Twitter or Facebook to post messages when these options are enabled.

    A family or two or more friends can build up a closed private group of Assistants not only to send but to receive alerts as well. For example parents can be Assistants for their children, or grandpa or grandma can be listened by their children.

    RescueMe Now alert

    RescueMe alert on iPhone

    Receive alerts as Assistant

    When you have been invited to an ad-hoc private group as Assistant, you can receive alerts. All of you must have an iPhone or iPad running iOS 5 and RescueMe Now 5.0 or later.

    When activated you will get an alert message and a badge number will be placed on the RescueMe application icon. If you accept the message the app will show you the location of the device that sent the alert. Tap on the X of the top yellow bar or touch the pin to dismiss this alert.

    To be able to receive alert messages you must give your unique user ID to the others. They will add your name, User ID, phone number etc. to their own Assistant’s list.

    RescueMe alert received

    RescueMe alert arrived to iPhone

    Prev: Enable/Disable options

    Home: RescueMe home page

  • RescueMe Now – Enable/Disable options

    Enable/disable functions

    You have the option to enable or disable sending alarm messages by using different communication channels.

    When the SMS (text) option is dimmed, we are not able to send SMS from your device. In this case you cannot switch to ON. When SMS sending is disabled (when it is dimmed or set to OFF), text messages to mobile phones will not be sent. When enabled (set to ON), you have to confirm all SMS-s to be sent by your own iPhone’s SMS user interface. If you can send a standard text/SMS from your phone, RescueMe can also use it. It works only on devices running iOS 4.1 and later operating systems.

    Enable SMS, Twitter and Facebook

    Enable/Disable options on iPhone

    Twitter and Facebook messages will be sent only when this option is enabled AND you have a valid login to these services. You can use RescueMe without Twitter and/or Facebook links. Just switch these services off here.

    Prev: Emergency directory

    Home: RescueMe home page

    Next: Quick user’s guide
  • RescueMe Now – Custom directory

    Directory of emergency services

    On the request of several users we’ve added an editable dictionary to the application. This personalized directory can contain phone numbers and web addresses of emergency services and other important contacts you may need in emergency quickly. It’s presented in the Info window.

    Tap the name field to easily identify a record. Set the phone number and web address by tapping the appropriate text field.

    You may add any number of records to the directory, or you can remove those you do not need any longer. Use Edit, Add and Delete buttons to edit, add or remove records.

    Set info directory

    Directory of emergency services since v 3.1+

    At the Info window, when you tap the selected line or phone icon, the application dials the phone number. You have to confirm the action.

    When tapping the search icon, the RescueMe turns to the built-in Safari and will request the web site immediately. Network connection is required.

    Note that these phone numbers and URL addresses will NOT be notified by the generated personal alarm message.

    Emergency info tab

    Directory of emergency services (Info)

    Prev: List of assistants

    Home: RescueMe home page

    Next: Enable or disable options
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