Staying Alive

Staying Alive


Staying Alive provides defibrillator mapping. The App is available in 13 languages and maps over 65.000 defibrillators worldwide.

Staying Alive is an award winning free App designed and developed by AEDMAP.

Main features include:

- AED location : locate an AED close to you or in a specific address, through the use of an embedded database that is updated each time you launch the application.

- Reporting of new AED.
You can post new defibrillators even without network connection. They will be sent to the server as soon as you connect again. The application integrates Facebook and Twitter API to share reports of defibrillators on social networks.

- The reminding of CPR gesture with illustration of the survival chain "Call, Start CPR, Shock and wait for help"

- A practical guide on the use of Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).

- An "Emergency" mode that will help you to make the right things in the right order. The new emergency mode detects automatically the local number depending on you location

- First responders network: If you are trained to CPR you can register through the App as a First Responder. You can then be notified by the EMS in case of cardiac arrest near you to provide CPR. Staying Alive First Responder technology works in France, Belgium and Switzerland so far.

The location and the list of defibrillators supplied by this application are given as an indication. Please note that this application is interactive and that the data provided by users will not be checked by a dedicated organization. The RMC / BFM Association is not liable for any errors in the locations of defibrillators.

Developed by AEDMAP - www.aedmap.org

Recent changes:
- New First responders feature: If you are trained to CPR you can register through the App as a First Responder. You can then be notified by the EMS in case of cardiac arrest near you to provide CPR. Staying Alive First Responder technology works in France, Belgium and Switzerland across Staying Alive, Rea•App & SwissHeart mobile Apps.
- Minor bug fixes
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100,000+
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File size
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About Staying Alive
Staying Alive provides defibrillator mapping. The App is available in 13 languages and maps over 65.000 defibrillators worldwide.

Staying Alive is an award winning free App designed and developed by AEDMAP.

Main features include:

- AED location : locate an AED close to you or in a specific address, through the use of an embedded database that is updated each time you launch the application.

- Reporting of new AED.
You can post new defibrillators even without network connection. They will be sent to the server as soon as you connect again. The application integrates Facebook and Twitter API to share reports of defibrillators on social networks.

- The reminding of CPR gesture with illustration of the survival chain "Call, Start CPR, Shock and wait for help"

- A practical guide on the use of Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).

- An "Emergency" mode that will help you to make the right things in the right order. The new emergency mode detects automatically the local number depending on you location

- First responders network: If you are trained to CPR you can register through the App as a First Responder. You can then be notified by the EMS in case of cardiac arrest near you to provide CPR. Staying Alive First Responder technology works in France, Belgium and Switzerland so far.

The location and the list of defibrillators supplied by this application are given as an indication. Please note that this application is interactive and that the data provided by users will not be checked by a dedicated organization. The RMC / BFM Association is not liable for any errors in the locations of defibrillators.

Developed by AEDMAP - www.aedmap.org

Recent changes:
- New First responders feature: If you are trained to CPR you can register through the App as a First Responder. You can then be notified by the EMS in case of cardiac arrest near you to provide CPR. Staying Alive First Responder technology works in France, Belgium and Switzerland across Staying Alive, Rea•App & SwissHeart mobile Apps.
- Minor bug fixes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 1, 2015
Useless when you need it most Unintuitive, painfully slow and won't tell me where any AED is on the entire planet. It's very dependant on a large number of permissions that are irrelevant to first aid. Facebook integration? Is that how we'll save lives these days? Please, contact your local red cross or other aid movement and take a first aid course, it'll make the real difference between life and death when needed. This app tells you the emergency number in Europe is 112 and in the US it's 911, I'm sure you'll manage without any app.
A Google User
May 9, 2015
No privacy Needs my phone info and identity, I wanna be discreet
A Google User
Dec 28, 2014
Inutilisable avec un Galaxy S5 Impossible de s'enregistrer sans compte Facebook Quand on rajoute un défibrillateur on ne peut pas le positionner sur la carte. Du coup il est positionn;e où l'on est et non où il se trouve vriament. Parfois on se retrouve bloqué dans les menus et on est obligé de redémarrer l'application Dommage car l'application serait très utile sinon
A Google User
Dec 17, 2013
Must have app This app locates the closest AED in France and other locations. Excellent !
A Google User
Aug 8, 2013
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