Turn your iPad into a fire alarm when you are away from home

Posted on : Wed, 16 Sep App: FirstFireAlert

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The iPad has really come of age over the last couple of years. When it started off it was really only promoted as a fun piece of entertainment. Then it transformed the kids game market with absolute user-friendliness for younger users. It then turned into a very useful business tool - to the point where you could virtually run your whole organization from it. Now we see the iPad as a device to safeguard your home. No, I don't mean by turning it into a virtual guard dog (though I'm sure there is an app for that.) FirstFireAlert is a 'world-first' iOS app that turns your iPad into a fire alert system for when you are away from home.   For as little as a dollar, FirstFireAlert is an application that converts your iPad into an addition to your home's fire alert system. Most of us these days have some form of fire alert system in our home or business - even if it is just one of the simple cheap round ones. This works very well if you are at home and the alert will tell you very quickly that you need to get out of bed quick-smart and get everyone out of the place and call the fire brigade. But what about when you aren't there? Just set your iPad with the app installed up near one of your fire alarms and use the easy set-up instructions and the app will recognize your alarm sound and immediately call your mobile to let you know. FirstFireAlert is the first application to provide automatic communication to your phone and gives you an immediate warning about the ringing fire alarm while you are away from home. On getting the fire alert on your phone, you can take the necessary steps, call those hunky firemen and potentially stop the fire hazard.   FirstFireAlert is a very simple way of hearing if your fire alarms are ringing at home while you are away from it. This gives you the quickest possible chance of responding by calling the fire brigade and making sure everyone is out of the house in time. You do have to have a wifi connection for your iPad and your phone Internet connected but it could prove a really good early warning system if a fire breaks out at home while you aren't there. While we would probably preferred an iPad app that actually detects the heat of the fire this is probably the next best thing - you will still need your alarms so don't toss them out just yet. Think of how many of those hunky firemen you might get to meet. And it only costs a dollar!


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