5-0 Radio Pro Police Scanner (Extra Feeds)

5-0 Radio Pro Police Scanner (Extra Feeds)

By Smartest Apps LLC

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2009-12-04
  • Current Version: 39.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 47.30 MB
  • Developer: Smartest Apps LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 25,103 Ratings

Description

60% Off Sale Today. To celebrate our 25 millionth download, we have dropped the price to its lowest ever. Listen to your local police radio live to get the latest news and stories before everyone else does. Join the tens of thousands of new users daily and tap into over 50,000 live police, firefighter, emergency medical ambulance, air traffic control, railroad, and music stations. * Why Upgrade to Pro? * - Record Feeds and Email Recordings - Sleep Timer / Alarm - Siren Noise maker - Adds over 50,000 more feeds - Access to cool skins - A station search feature - Music feeds - News radio feeds - Comedy radio feed - Removes ad banner - Get new feature updates + More "Hot App of the Day" - Appmodo As seen on 9to5 Mac, MacWorld, Wired Magazine and various other news organizations. * iPad Version Available * We've also dropped the price on the iPad version of 5-0 Radio. Look for 5-0 Radio HD in the Utility category on your iPad. Listen to real events happening live in other parts of the world or in your local town. Listen to airport control tower chatter in the background while you run other apps. Listen to new music as you surf the web. Share the music you are listening to with your friends. They do not need to buy this app to listen to the feeds that you share with them. * Features * - Listen to feeds in the background while you run other apps or write emails/text messages. - Chat with other listeners in real time. - International support. There are feeds in almost all parts of the world, including USA, Canada, Australia, Chile, Russia, Japan, Sweden, UK, Israel, Europe, and more. - Automatically attempts to reconnect the feed if you lose the connection. - Browse one of the largest collection (35,000+) of feeds you will ever find in the app store. - Search through the feeds with any keywords (enter your city name to find local radio stations). - Browse through feeds by genre (Police, Railroad, Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop, R & B, etc.) - Customizable Interface. Download new skins for free or create your skins. Go to SmartestApple.com/skins for more skins. - Integrated map finds your location and the location of most scanner feeds. - List the Top 100 most-listened to feeds so that you wouldn't miss an important event - Catalog is instantly updated as soon as you start browsing it, with new feeds added every few hours. - Built-in Web Browser; so that you can browse the web while using this app. The built-in web browser is a powerful browser that can block ads. - Use the built-in web browser to browse the web for more feeds such as air traffic control feeds, weather, and railroad. - Search for air traffic control feeds by the airport code (i.e. LAX, JFK, HKG). - Share feeds to your friends by email. All they need is a computer or iPhone to listen to your feeds. - Listen to feeds on your own desktop computer or laptop. Just email a link to the feed to yourself and open it with iTunes. - You location not listed here? Add your own feeds. There are plenty of feeds on the internet. Now you can add them all to one app. - Your favorite feeds show up as soon as you start the app, and they can be sorted/edited by you. Feed Requests Want to make a feed request or a list of available police feeds? Go to http://SmartestApple.com for more information on how to do so.

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Reviews

  • Save Your Money

    1
    By Amby250
    Paid for this app with the expectation that the paid version would be better than the free one. However, there was absolutely nothing different. No better stations that suited me at all. Stick with the free app and save your money.
  • No Different From The Free Version

    1
    By jw5400
    After all my local feeds disappeared I looked at this version. The descriptions lead you to believe that by paying for the pro version, you will gain access to the local feeds not available on the free version. No joy! All the same feeds but now I get to pay for them.
  • Not in my back ground

    1
    By Datnigmike
    It says it will play when you close the app but it doesn't!!
  • Addictive

    4
    By LisaB32
    The app itself is great, gives me piece of mind when my kids are out. Don’t have to text them every time I hear sirens BUT it’s very addictive. So be prepared to have this playing in the background for hours on end. It’s very easy to use and the options are great. Worth paying the $3.99 for all the extras.
  • Should come with warning!!

    1
    By MC-CameraOp
    Purchased this expecting it to be better than free version only to find out that simulcasting was dis-activated in my area for much of the frequencies. Waste of money.
  • Fun app

    5
    By Armpit qc
    This app is really fun and entertaining
  • A bit crashy

    4
    By JRD42
    Good app, seems rather unstable under iOS 11.0.
  • Real time feedback

    5
    By Ñin
    1.) Reported a domestic abuse in progress. After I wondered what would happen to the victim. I was in a taxi at the time so I turned the scanner on and there it was, confirmation that a squad car was responding. Made my night. 2.) Halloween, 3:00 pm, leaving restaurant after a late lunch. The traffic on Greenwich street was unbelievable, the number of first responder sirens deafening. Not far from 911 site downtown. What the heck is going on? Streets closed to traffic, people being routed away from West street eastward. Police presence at very high density for a normal day???? Turned on the scanner and became aware of events as they were unfolding before radio or tv could tell us. Reason for mayhem and confusion became clear. Chose to walk back home and stay clear. This app delivers. I recommend responsible usage of privileged information you become privy to.
  • Great App

    5
    By 1NeRvOuS1
    Great App
  • Channels frequently drop

    2
    By ocalaphotog
    There are sometimes long periods when the monitored frequencies are simply not active. Not sure whether this is controlled by the law enforcement agencies or a default in the app. Maybe the designers of the app can supply that answer.

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