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To aid cardiac arrest victims quickly, the Long Beach Fire Department, The PulsePoint Foundation and Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center, Long Beach are making the PulsePoint app available to individuals in the City of Long Beach.
The Long Beach Water Department has announced the release of a new version of its “Report a Water Waster” mobile app that Long Beach residents can use to report real-time occurrences of water waste around the city. The free app, which is available for Android and Apple devices, allows users to report the date, time, address and type of water waste, and provides the option of uploading up to four photos of the violation taking place.
Local pet owners and animal lovers can now easily search for adoptable cats and dogs, find local dog parks, search impounded animals and locate emergency and after-hours veterinary facilities with the new Long Beach Animal Care Services (ACS) mobile application.
The CSULB is one of six or seven CSU campuses with mobile apps, and the first to have an app for iOS, Android and Blackberry.
A host of Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) websites and online services now are at the fingertips of smartphone and tablet users through the free “CSULB Mobile” application that’s receiving national recognition.
The American Red Cross is launching its official Earthquake App today and putting lifesaving information right in the hands of people who live in or who visit earthquake prone areas.
This free app—available in English or Spanish—is the third in a series created by the American Red Cross, the nation’s leader in emergency preparedness, for use on both iPhone and Android platforms.