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Price: $2.99

Rating: 2.78/5 (77 votes)


Stores important information for first responders and hospital staff to use in case of an emergency involving you:


  • A list of people to call -- can call directly from the app
  • Insurance information
  • Primary doctor's name and number -- can call directly from the app
  • Allergies
  • Medical Conditions
  • Medications

Run from lock screen, or home screen widget or short-cut.

ICE Lock Screen

If you choose to enable the ICE lock screen, then it will display whenever the screen wakes up.

Emergency service providers press the red cross to activate the ICE app without unlocking the phone.

Optionally include any of the following on the lock screen: battery percentage, clock (analog or digital), date, and owner contact information.

The background image will be the same as the home screen wallpaper you have selected. You can adjust the opacity of the lock screen text boxes to ensure that they are easily readable no matter what wallpaper image you use.

If you choose not to enable the ICE lock screen, then ICE simply runs as a normal app on your desktop -- display prominently with the ICE Widget, or place a short-cut next to your Contacts icon so first responders are sure to see it.


Provides instructions for first responders, including any special instructions you want to provide, such as preferred hospital or care guidelines based on your religion.

Who to call

List of people to call in case of emergency. These are links to your Contacts on your phone. Only the primary contact number is listed on this screen, but if an entry is touched, a list of all of the person's contact numbers is displayed -- selecting one automatically dials it.

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