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Listen to police scanners from any neighborhood

Listen to police scanners from any neighborhood
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It's a dangerous world out there for sure. If an emergency situation is happening, one of the most valuable things to have access to is real-time information.

Police departments typically have the most current information during an emergency. Now, you can use your Apple gadget to listen to their radio and find out what's going on.

The Best Police Scanner app is available in Apple's App Store for $2.99.

The app lets you tap into the largest collection of live police, firefighters, aircraft, railroad, marine, emergency and ham radios. Be the first to know all of the important news, events or major crime waves happening in your town.

With the Best Police Scanner app, you will know all the insider lingo used by local police. Localized police codes are included so you can understand police language specific to your city.

Here are some of the app's features:

  • Listen to feeds in the background - You're able to run other apps while listening to police.
  • Listen to feeds on your computer - Just send yourself an email with a link to the feed and open it on your browser.
  • Share feeds with family and friends - If you're concerned about someone else's safety, simply send them an email with a link to the feed. They don't need to purchase the app to listen with you.
  • Worldwide coverage - Listen to emergency situations happening across the globe with live feeds from other cities, states and countries.
  • One-tap access - Save your favorite feeds to the front screen for quick access.

The Best Police Scanner app works on all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch gadgets running iOS 4.3 or later.

Click on the link we've provided below inside the blue button to download the app.

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